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    Been a few weeks now since I started scrolling and posting pics of Halloween ornaments I turned into adjustable length necklaces for nieces/nephews. Had alot of fun making these and ready to move on to projects requiring a bit more finese. The sawing part was more enjoyable than the finishing - paints, stains, sprays...I think there's more to learn about that part than scroll sawing! Suzanne
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    It would appear you learned the painting, staining and finishing pretty well. Nice job.
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    • #3
      They look very nice, I'm not the best when it comes to painting either, keep up the great work! Smitty

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      • #4
        Nice job on the ornament necklaces. I really like you choice of colors.

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        • #5
          They all look good. I would much rather cut out a project than put the "finishing touches" on them. Sometimes depending on project.."finishing" them takes as long or longer.


          • #6
            Nice work, and what a great idea to make them into wearable art! Although I can't see that you have any problem with the finishing, I TOTALLY agree with you that the finishing is the miserable part of the project! Wow, keep up the great work!


            • #7
              Not a thing wrong with those!! Ya done good. I may even steal some of your ideas. Thanks
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