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    I saw this on another blog site and it was done by Dr. Spence Bloom. I could not wait to try it. It is 5 small bowls cut in half and flipped over. The finish is just Lemon Oil immersion, and clear gloss spray on pine.
    Dr. Rags

  • #2
    Having pictures of it would be great
    Life is hard. It is even harder when you are being stupid.
    John Wayne

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    • #3
      Just a tip...

      Here is the preferred way to post photos. This method will apply a thumbnail so that messages load faster, keeping those who are still on dial up in mind.

      If it is a new thread scroll down below the message box to additional options and look for manage attachments,Click on Manage Attachments, click Browse, find your file name on your computer, click it, then click Upload. It may take a few seconds to load.
      Once you see the file name under current attachments you can close the window.
      If you want you can Preview Post (a wise choice) then if all is well, click on Submit reply.

      If you are uploading a picture to an existing thread (conversation)
      Click on the Go Advanced button under the reply box, Click on Manage Attachments, click Browse, find your file name on your computer, click it, then click Upload. It may take a few seconds to load.
      Once you see the file name under current attachments you can close the window.
      If you want you can Preview Post (a wise choice) then if all is well, click on Submit reply.
      Good luck
      "Still Montana Mike"

      "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
      Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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      • #4
        Sorry Gentlepersons, I tried to post three pictures and none of them went through. I'll try again when I return and have time. Thanks Mike--what you describe is what I did, but apparently I left some step out. Again, I'll try to upload one more time.
        Rags

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        • #5
          third try to post

          Hopefully I finally learned how to post photos. The original idea is from Dr. Spence Bloom as posted on the "Scroll Saw Workshop".
          Rags
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          • #6
            I for one am glad you got the pics to upload. That turned out very nice.
            "Still Montana Mike"

            "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
            Mike's Wood-n-Things LLC

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            • #7
              A great way to use bowls. Nicely done.

              Mike

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