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Old 08-13-2010, 12:07 AM   #1
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These are my first trys. having way to fun at cutting to really think about staining them. I guess when my wood stock runs out I will have alot of staining to do!!
Excuse the snowman he lost an eye durning his cutting... and the MLB logo I made from cutting the end off a bat. lol
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Old 08-13-2010, 12:10 AM   #2
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Very nice; it looks like your off to a good start!
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What a great start! May I suggest that with future ornaments, you make cut out a little nub at the top to add a drill hole through which to attach a hanging thread?

Keep at it!

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Nice job. Great first tries. Enjoy the fun!

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Nice cutting! Keep up the good work.
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Looks great. I like the idea of the logos being cut from a bat!
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Nice work! You did a great job on those horns.

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Looks great to me. Keep on cutting.
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Awesome work......!!!!!
I like the cutting the Boston logo from the bat too. (Go Sox!!!).
A very nice begining. I think you've got it down. Now just make some more dust, and post pictures. (That's a favorite thing around here).
Keep it up.......!!!!!!!!
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Nice start, It looks like they are a little fragile because of the grain.
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