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    A while back I submitted a project on how to design your home, church, school, etc. This is one of the tips that went along with the project...

    When placing starter holes, I always highlight the areas first. Notice how the holes in the shutters, doors, soffit, etc are in the same area. Some of the holes are exact opposite (left right) for uniformity. This makes the project more appealing to the eye.
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    I have found that I prefer to place my entry hole along a straight line rather than at an intersection or at the beginning point so I can feather it and hide it. Just my style, yours is a good tip as well.
    "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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      i try too place mine on a curve or corner wher hopfuly they are either lost in the finished piece or become part of the cut,i dont do many pieces with straigh lines,so its easy too hide them...
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