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    my wife says as a scroll saw artist,im a **** fine sander,
    she also made little stickers for my work.
    Any fault you find in this piece only enhances its originality.
    there are many things she says that are funny , any others have had funny things said

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    I've had people at craft shows say that my items were cut with a laser. I tell them that I cut them by hand and can show them every mistake I made.
    Fred


    There's a fine line between woodworking and insanity, I'm just not sure which side of the line I'm on!

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      Good one .....LOL You sound like my kind of folks. Thanks for the smile.
      I show the craft show critics a flaw and if they can find one of the other three I'll take 10% off and if they can't we add 10%.
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