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Old 10-30-2013, 03:28 PM   #1
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My grand daughter came to me with this pattern and ask me to cut it out.

This what I came up with.


She did the painting, which makes me happy, happy, happy.
I don't know if the copyright is still valid. She was going through stuff from her GGmothers and found it.

The X's on the mommas belly are for tacks and the dots on the piglets are for drilling the holes on the backside for magnets.
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That is cute.
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The two of you created a family heirloom. Your grand daughter did a great job with the painting.
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Real cute. Great job of painting.
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Nicely done.
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This is a grreat project and you have the family involved. That makes it even better. The cutting the pattern and the painting all top notch (but you know that). I do have asuggestion though change the back ground on the next picture the white background takes away from the overall look. I know it probably doesn't factor in when you see it in person but it is a reat Idea.

Thanks for sharing it with me.
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Yep that background was all wrong. I put it on the fridge for effect. didnt see the washout till I posted it.

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Very nice project you have there, one that the whole family can get involved in. Thanks for sharing this with us.


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