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    I have cut out two of these paddles, and painted them. I am looking for a nautical pattern to place on as an over lay. I am "planning" on putting the word Maryland on the handle, but I don't seem to have anything nautical that is short enough to put on the blade. I am looking for a picture overlay. Ship on the ocean or lighthouses etc. The paddle is about 30 inches long total, so it isn't huge.

    I appreciate any help. Also, I am doing this to sell... if that matters to anyone who is helping with patterns. The plan is to have this hang horizontally, but I can work with vertical also...maybe a bottle or something?


    Mark
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    Mark Abbett
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    The pattern vault might help. Say an anchor of light house, fish, sail boat

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      Hey Mark, How about something odd like this. A blue crab and the state map, not exactly nautical, but......
      Don R
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      • #4
        I actually have the state map pattern sold at Wooden Teddy bear, that might work. I like that crab too.
        Mark Abbett
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