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    I am working on a dome clock (for years now) and I purchased some beaded trim pieces to go around the outside of the plywood floor. The pieces were about 2 feet long and a 1/4" wide. Mine was a beaded pattern. I need some more and I can't find it. I thought I got it from Wildwood but I don't see it anymore. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Hey tnirish, you might try a JOANNS FABRICS store if you have one in your locality.....they have a LOT of various trims in their stors. price wise i have no idea ....i usually make my own.you can browse and maybe find what you need.....AND no shipping charges. hope this helps.........Dave

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      You might try Rockler. Their website lists a variety of decorative moldings and trim.
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      • #4
        Think you may be able to find what you are looking for here
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        • #5
          If you can post a close up of the trim in question we may be better able to help.

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          • #6
            wood trim

            I just purchased 1/4inch beaded trim from Constantines on line at cnstantines.com/trim

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