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    The local area churches have banded together to hold a Christmas concert. I was asked to come up with a gift for the 4 music directors involved. The desk plaque is 6"x10". The sheet music pattern was adapted from a recent issue of SSWC. The woods are maple and walnut. Thanks for looking.
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    That turned out nice.

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    • #3
      Gorgeous, gorgeous, and more gorgeous. You did an excellent job.


      • #4
        Nice, you have inspired me to do a music piece for my son who loves and plays keyboard. New year is on the way and I have more ideas than I can shake a stick at atm
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        • #5
          Great finish to a nicely done project.
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          • #6
            Really nice design and well done.
            Thanks for sharing

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            • #7
              That is a beautiful piece of Art, Scott. I really like the walnut & the contrasting music notes. It really pop's out & shows it's beauty. Good work. Thanks for showing us.


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