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Old 05-06-2014, 06:28 PM   #1
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Default Bears and cowboy hat fretwork

The cowboy hat is a Steve Good pattern and the bears are from Bobscroll. I cut the pieces out and then glued them down on this cupboard cabinet door so I guess it could be fretwork so I posted it along with the cowboy hat. It is glued down to the same type of cabinet door and this gives them a frame by themselves. I think they turned out great. enjoy ,, Fay
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Pretty darn good!

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Great idea of using cabinet doors. Nice cutting, Fay.
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I love the cowboy hat - very cool
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They look good.
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