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    I couldn't resist the moose intarsia ornament, but decided to make fridge magnets instead.
    Here's a pic.

    Nancy in AZ
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  • #2
    Those are just too cute!!


    • #3
      I made mine a magnet too! since I sliced them in half - one stayed an ornament for mag. photos and the other is on my fridge. They are cute aren't they!


      • #4
        They are very cute. They look like little fat comical reindeer. You could hang those on the tree couldn't you?


        • #5
          Cute work Nancy ...........
          Usually busier than a cat in a sandbox !!!!!!!!!!! MB { Dewalt 788 only }


          • #6
            Thanks, Catlyn and Marshall,

            I will probably have to make several more of these, since I'm going to offer them for sale this weekend at the craft fair. If they sell, then I have to make another batch, since they really were intended for gifts, until I decided to sign up for this craft show. LOL Oh well, I like making them, so I don't mind a bit.

            Nancy in AZ
            A clean house is a sign of a broken scroll saw!


            • #7
              So cute! Nice work!


              • #8
                Very nice Nancy. They are just adorable.
                Have a great day..Teddy


                • #9
                  very cute...
                  Patterns are for sale on my website


                  • #10
                    Really cute
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