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Old 11-30-2009, 08:16 PM   #1
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I cut these 5 Train Ornaments and finished them , I decided to have some Ornaments for spares and this is what I came up with . These came out of the Holiday Collection of Rick and Karen Longabaugh Scrollsaw Ornaments Cd , made of 1/4" Walnut . My wife has come up short in years past so I decided to make up some extra Ornaments just for an Emergencys . Any comments welcome ...........Marshall
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I like em..Nice job!
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Very nice Marshall, your wife will love them. I do the same thing, cut ornaments for everyone except my wife. She soon reminds me though -Lol
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Nice Marshall, I've got young kids running around the house so we are allways short of ornaments. I guess I should make some for our tree instead of getting rid of them all
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Theres no slowing you down Marshall. Some more great work for sure. saw dust
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Nice choo-choo's Marshall.
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G'day Marshall,
Haven't you got something else to do mate. ????????????????

You are positively making me look very slack and I've been working like a navvy of late

Nice Decorations.
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Beautiful work! What was used as the hanging cord?
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Johnb , I'm just about done all for the season as far as scroll work . I do have a couple more post that will be coming , sure not trying to bragg out on you guys for sure .

Lakeside the hanger that was used was Matallic bead cord { Gold in color } this came from Wal-Mart , it does dress the Ornaments up . Thanks a lot for the super comments............Marshall
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