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  • My interview with Carole Rothman about her new book on Wooden Boxes

    I do a Book Review / Giveaway on my site each month and this month I got to speak with Carole Rothman about her new book "Creative Wooden Boxes From the Scroll Saw".

    If you comment on the post on my site you will be entered to win a copy in the begining to mid March.

    It was a fun conversation with Carole.

    Below is the link to the post

    Creative Wooden Boxes from the Scroll Saw | Ravinheart Renditions

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    I listened to it. Informative discussion .
    Roger

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    • #3
      Thanks

      Thank you .. it was to talk with Carole again. I did my first book review / giveaway on her bowl book. I used it to get into scrolling and enjoyed it a lot. Her book are well thought out and easy to follow. Don't forget to comment on my site to have a chance to win a copy of the book.

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