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    The Gumball / skittles / M&M dispenser is a Steve Good Pattern I added the tray. Cut from Black Walnut ( special order from a customer )


    The dolphin puzzle was cut from 3/4 poplar. The stains used were water based. The finish is lacquer.



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    those are very nice. The puzzle, that is a nice one, is that pattern available?
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      Oh, wow - the wood and the finish are beautiful! What is it? I think that's such a cute idea -- if I could just figure out what HEALTH food could go in there, I'd make a couple of those.

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        Originally posted by PatteM View Post
        Oh, wow - the wood and the finish are beautiful! What is it? I think that's such a cute idea -- if I could just figure out what HEALTH food could go in there, I'd make a couple of those.
        Nuts, raisins or seeds etc may work. Keep your sizes under 1/2"
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        • #5
          Originally posted by stephenD View Post
          those are very nice. The puzzle, that is a nice one, is that pattern available?
          The pattern is out of the book
          Animal Puzzles from the scroll saw by Judy and Dave Peterson page 66 Published by Fox Chapel Publishing.

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