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  • Wood Dog
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    Welcome "a-board" leonsmoker60.

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  • Carl E Jacobs
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    welcome,your imagination is your best teacher,get a coloring book,and start cutting ,your imagination will let you design amazing additional details that your daughter will love ,$1,at dollar general or dollar tree will keep you busy for months ,and you and your daughter amazed at the same time ,It helps to have a receptive audiance .Good luck look forward to you posts and pix's,anything you could ever want to know about scrolling you can find here,It takes some time,but it is all here somewhere!
    My Very Best
    Carl

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  • leonsmoker60
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    Hello,Scroller's I just been interduced to this field, and my daughter has me making X-mas trees already and I'm interest in any help
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    Take care

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