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    I started making this AA plaque the other day for my friend Kim. And finished it today. Waiting for her to let me know when she can get it. Thanx for looking. Don
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  • #2
    Nice plaque she should really like it.
    You did a great job. Cutting circles is not always easy.
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    • #3
      It's a beautiful thing you're doing there....

      Great work on the cutting too...!!!
      I really like the feet...
      Jim

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      • #4
        Looks great. I got to make one for my Son and another for a friend of his.
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        Not be from Lunch.

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        • #5
          Outstanding placque. Good choice of font.

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          • #6
            Turned out great,some fine cutting and nice gesture.
            Tony

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            • #7
              Great cutting Don. I am sure your friend will appreciate not only the plaque but the thought behind makeing it.
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              • #8
                Very nice!!
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