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Old 07-15-2010, 04:20 PM   #1
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Default The last batch of my weekend attempts

Well, here are the last few pictures that are still on my desktop. The heart candle was a trip to cut. I stack cut the first two and it went fine. I stack cut the other two and the bottom one was all tore out when I finished. The hummingbird I may recut. We had a hail storm Saturday afternoon. In the mad dash to clear the garage of tools so I could get Glendas van in ,it got blown over and broke in two places. (The hail was at least golf ball sized and really did a number on my garden.)

I did discover an easier way to get rid of the fuzzies. As I finished each cut I would use my Ryobi rotary tool with a round wire brush attachment. It cleaned them right off.

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Old 07-15-2010, 04:53 PM   #2
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Looks like the letters for welcome sign are inside the truck..Like em all!
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I like all your projects. I cut the hearts candle holder and it was elegant after finishing it.
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More nice cuttings Dan.
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