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    I just finished this signature license plate for a friend. It isn't ongoing, but, fun to do. I used two pieces of Acrylic, one white & the back is green & red, for the Cactus & the Rose. I had made one for myself before when I was in a Car Club. Take a Look.
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  • #2
    Very kewl..!!!!
    How did you do the details in the rose..??

    There's a car club that meets near my house every Sunday.
    You just gave me an idea of how to generate some $$ for more wood...

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    • #3
      Very nice!
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      • #4
        Nice job on a unique project.

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        • #5
          I like it! Original idea with a lot of possibilities! Thanks for posting!



          • #6
            that is perty nice. I like it. Good idea.
            Keep up the good work, sir.


            • #7
              Thank you all. I appreciate your comments & like I said, it was a fun project. Jim, I would think that would be a great $$ maker for you. Just don't make them out of wood. I don't know if it would last very long, unless it is a storage car. Good Luck with it.


              • #8
                Very cool project, I'm always looking for projects to cut from acrylic and this looks like a winner.
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                • #9
                  That is very neat, thanks for sharing.
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                  • #10
                    I really like this idea and might make one for the RV.
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                    • #11
                      Nice idea & well done, Perk!
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