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  • smitty0312
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    Very nice and great idea for the elderly!

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  • stephenD
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    Super cuts. I have been busy cutting ornaments too.
    I find I am having a respiratory reaction from the dust or the finish. I use a real good dust mask but still have trouble.
    I'm going to put in a dust filtering system in the shop soon. That, I hope, will fix the issue.

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  • bubbantenn
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    2011 ornaments...so far

    Here are some of the ornaments I plan to take to my group of elderly residents of the assisted living home where I preach so that they can paint them and give them as gifts. I make between 2 and 4 of each one. I have 44 so far and would like to get around 70 or 80 done by the first week of December.
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