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Old 02-26-2014, 07:01 PM   #11
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the perch just makes that puzzle....super colorful.....I love it...great job!.

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here is the pattern.]
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Awesome, it's a Fox Chapel freebie!

Thanks, Stephen!
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Really like the way you did that, nice work.
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To the OP: Can I ask what you used to paint the puzzle pieces? Thanks!
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Old 03-26-2014, 12:32 PM   #16
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Justin I used transtint dyes mixed with denatured alcohol then brushed on then sprayed puzzle with lacquer
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Could I ask what is the finish you used. I've left all of mine natural as I have no separate area for finishing. Finish work stops all woodworking projects because of the dust.

Your question was asked and answered in the post directly above yours.

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jb1911 I sent you a pm
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ok, i may be sounding a lil out of it here (woods-n-things, you hush…j/k) i have one of the bird patterns myself…i think i got it from the forum….jeff, did you use the same pattern i’m speaking of?
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Yes but I just made the perch myself.
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