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    here is what i've been doing. the sacred heart pattern is from scroller i loved it when i got the catalog. i used oily's hand idea to hold pic in frame and gave to my mom for mothers day she laughed when she saw the hands. also there was a big floater in the pattern by the right hand luckily i saw before i finished cutting it. if i can find what i did with pattern i will post floaters location.

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  • #2
    Very very Nice...!!!!
    Beautiful even...!!!!

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    • #3
      Great cutting!
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      • #4
        Awesome! Everyone give Jerry a Hand. Thanks for sharing

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        • #5

          The Scared Heart cutting turned out really nice. Lots of detail. The eyes really got my attention.

          I got a chuckle out the hands. That's a cute touch. Gotta love Oily.


          • #6
            Great job on what looks like a difficult pattern. Like the way you put it in a oval frame.


            • #7
              Awesome work there,like the hands too.


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