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Old 12-04-2009, 08:05 PM   #1
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I made this Memorial Ornament for the wife , we lost our son Paul two years ago to Cancer . I did modify it some from the pattern with a backer board , the patterm came from I think SS&W&Crafts magazine . Well she loved it , any comments welcome..............Marshall
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So sorry for your great loss Marshall, what a thoughtful momento to give her. Nice work too. saw dust
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I am very sorry to hear of your loss. That is a beautiful ornament. The backer board makes the design stand out more.

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So sorry to hear of your loss. That is a nice piece of work.

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So sorry to hear of your loss. That is a nicely done. Parents are not supposed to lose their children..
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Wonderful tribute!
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You did a great job on the ornament and it had to be tough for you to work on the pattern and cutting. I made a pattern and cutting of my brother in law that we lost 3 yrs ago and it took me the most part of a year to get thru all of the attached emotions and the great sense of and for perfection that I demand of myself in making the pattern and the cutting.
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Very nicely done and a fitting tribute. Sorry for your Loss Marshall.
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