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    We all have certain projects that we make with someone in mind or for some special occasion. I was wondering if everyone would share the story behind their most memorable scrollsaw piece. The one that meant the most to you to scroll.

    Mine was an anniversary plaque I made for my wife. It was my third project on the scrollsaw. I really wanted it to look good. It didn't turn out as good as it would now that I have more experience, but she loved it and it now holds a prominent piece of wall real estate in our house. And even though it doesn't look as good as it could, I love it for what it means to us, and all the care and love that went into the making of it for her.

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