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    This is a Shamrock that I got from Steve Good. I cut them out of !/4" Playwood and stained them with Red Mahogany and mined the stones from Hobby Lobby. Wife suggested painting them Green and useing a Clear Stone. It's about 1 3/4" X 1 5/8 " I stacked cut 4 at a time.
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    Last edited by Okie; 03-02-2012, 01:37 PM.

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    Wow...Excellent Okie...!!!
    I think it's apparent that you've got the bug...
    And you're doing great....Scroll on...!!!
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      Thanks Jim, You may be right, can't talk right now I've got some more Shamrocks layed out and I have to go cut them . LOL :-)

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