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Old 11-08-2013, 08:31 PM   #1
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Just finished this Steve Goods cradle for my great grand daughter. I did a few upgrades to steves design. I generally don't paint my projects but this one called for a cutsie paint job.
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Very nice...!!!!
I love the paint job..!!
How big is it??
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Nicely done.
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I made it 30% bigger than the pattern Steve Good created. it's 12 inches long by 6 inch wide. Thanks for lookin.
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Just so sweeeeet.
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That is gorgeous.
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A job well done, I love the painting, thanks for sharing.

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I've done a couple of those in the past but left them unpainted. I must say that is a very impressive paint job as well as excellent cutting. Thanks for sharing.
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Very nice. I really like the painted cut-outs. Just wondering about how you did it so neatly. I would have color on everything.
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I think the choice of colors and how you chose to apply them really takes this to another level. Just incredible.

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