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Old 07-13-2010, 09:30 AM   #1
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Default Finished items from the last few weekends

Well, I finally got around to taking pictures last night. The quality isn't very good. I'm still trying to get used to this new camera. Some days I miss my old 35 mm camera. Anyway, the cross and the hand mirror are for my wifes birthday at the end of the month. I haven't taken the tape off the mirror yet because I may add one more coat of wax. I only have a few hours every night to work on them while she is at her second job. Now if Brady would only keep his mouth shut. He keeps telling his mom she needs a better mirror than the cracked one she uses now. The clock I adapted from a Steve Good pattern. I can't afford the mini inserts but I do have some of my photos made into clocks and those clockworks I have here. The Welcome signs I made just for practice. I'll post the other photos later. Any questions or criticisms let me know.

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Nice work. I like the surprize. I promise to keep Quiet.
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Old 07-13-2010, 06:34 PM   #3
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They all look great Dan (the photos turned out nicely too).Well done.

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Nice cuttings Dan.
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Very well done is the butterfly welcome sign a steve good pattern as well. I have been looking for a butterfly welcome sign for a client.
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The butterfly is on Arpops website. That is also where I found most of the other welcom signs

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Nice workmanship - your wife will be thrilled.
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Default Chess sets by scroll saw

Have made a couple chess sets and Jewelery boxes. Am looking for plans for other chess men to make with scroll saw.
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