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    this is the third in my light house attempts
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  • #2
    Very nice, Tommy!

    Jan

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    • #3
      That's so good! I like it a lot. What woods did you use and what is the black?
      Jerry
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      • #4
        woods used

        the green is lignum, the black is pau santo the white is aspen and the other green is poplar the rocks are pecan and cherry.

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        • #5
          Beautiful lighthouse! Well done.

          Lou
          www.woodbylouise.ca

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          • #6
            Very nice !
            Your own pattern ?
            Eric

            Liberty Twp (Cincinnati), OH

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            • #7
              Lovely work, and good colour coordination.
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              • #8
                the pattern is from Judy Gale Roberts

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                • #9
                  Very nice work, Tommy
                  Fran

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                  • #10
                    I love lighthouses and yours came out nice. I love the colors.
                    Tammy

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