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Old 02-14-2010, 10:34 AM   #1
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This is Winnfields Peeking Bear Mirror parttern,so far I have it all cut and just set together to make sure it all fits, now I have to have the wife paint the bear and the trees then I can glue it up,this is a fun little project,I used left over scrap pieces for it

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That looks really cute! Hope you post a pic when it's painted!
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That is turning out great.
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REally nice project!
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Hi JD - this looks like fun in the making! I like the way you didn't sacrifice the knots in the frame. Looking forward to seeing the progress and end result
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I love that JD.........so cool. Eager to see how its finished.
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great project, it should look good after it is painted, looking forward to seeing the finished project.


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my wife got it all painted,this is just a test fit,now I have to wait for eyes to come in mail then get a mirror cut,
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It's adorable! You and the wife make a great crafting team!
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