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  • Busted!!!

    My niece joined the Racine Police Department a few years ago so I made her this clock with her badge number.
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    We Danes are very even tempered. We're always mad about something!

  • #2
    Super idea and nice job. I'll bet she loved it and will have it proudly displayed so everyone can see it.

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    • #3
      That's different, Buzz - I like the handcuffs on the base..

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      • #4
        Very nice. Your niece's supervisor is sure to be envious. Is that an original pattern?

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        • #5
          Hi Buzz, very nice clock, your niece will be proud to display that piece.
          Is the pattern available, I would love to make one for my stepson, who joined our police force a couple years ago.
          Thanks for sharing


          • #6
            Police Theme Clock

            Scroller LTD has many theme clock patterns. Their phone number is: 800-486-6053. I've cut most of them and all were very good patterns.
            We Danes are very even tempered. We're always mad about something!


            • #7
              Now that's an awesome idea
              Excellent work sir !
              Thanx for the link as well
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