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Old 12-27-2009, 11:58 AM   #1
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This is what I made for my wife this Christmas. The Double Layered Cross is 1/4 in. Oak with Baltic Birch on top & the Anniversary rings are white plexiglass on heart shaped Cherry. The plexiglass is very durable & doesn't break easy like wood sometimes can. It surprised me and enjoyed working with it. I also made ornament's with red & green plexiglass. I am very lucky to have a supply available. Happy Holiday's to you all. -- Perk
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Old 12-27-2009, 12:01 PM   #2
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Nice job and a different take on Sylvias anniversary rings. I like em.
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Very nice!!
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Very nicely done on both Perk.
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Very nice work Perk.
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They are both beautiful, but I really like the rings a lot.
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ubgoofy : You need to make more of these , breath taking { WoW } Love these ..........I mean it ........Marshall
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Fantastic... I've always wanted to cut plexi but I dont know what blade to use.

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Very nice. I bet you got some points with that one.

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Maxine, you won't believe me when I tell you that I used a #2/0 New Spiral on the Plexiglas. I did use a #3 Silver Reverse on the straight lines though( that's Flying Dutchman Blades). I have found that I can cut just about anything with the # 2/0 New Spiral. I love it. Thank you all for the kind comments. P.S. I never had any trouble with it melting either ! -- Perk
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