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  • Sally
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    Lovely, Don.

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  • Breinda
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    Hello Tdub4ever! You can really be proud of you - you did an excellent job. I am not half as skilfull as you are but have an eye for true talent and enthusiasm. I was wondering whether you could make some money out of this, I mean that's fine artwork. But the most important is: Have a lot of fun in doing things like this!!

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  • sawdustus
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    Nice rendition of a wonderful idea. Thanks for sharing.

    george

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  • Spirithorse
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    Nice work!
    God Bless! Spirithorse

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  • ncsealeveler
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    They look great,lot of tough straight cuts there.
    Tony

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  • DWSudekum
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    Very nicely done. I like them alot. Thanks for sharing them with us.

    DW

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  • Mayo Farmer
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    Another nice job Don.

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  • campasano
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    Just awesome.

    mike

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  • wood-n-things
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    Nice job of making it your own design.

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  • tdub4ever
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    Buisness card holder

    Here's a buisness card holder I'm making for an attorney friend of mine. I got the idea from Steve Goods pattern and just added my version. The double card holder is made from poplar and the single is oak. Don
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