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    Have to clean up the angels to hide the pilot holes better. My smallest bit was too big. Cut with an FDUR#3 in 1/4" 3ply birch
    Nativities will be easier to see when stained for contrast. I used 1" pine and made boxes/display stand from the outer waste.
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    Good job, you really are busy.
    "Still Montana Mike"

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    • #3
      Keep 'em coming Rob. You still got a little time before Christmas.
      Tim

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      • #4
        I've seen that nativity before but haven't done it because of the star. I'm assuming you put your hole in one of the inside corners. Do you have any trouble with it showing?
        Keith

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        • #5
          Nice work Rob, do you ever rest?

          Bob
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          • #6
            Originally posted by martzy View Post
            I've seen that nativity before but haven't done it because of the star. I'm assuming you put your hole in one of the inside corners. Do you have any trouble with it showing?
            No just drill on the bottom point. Don't sand it all away on the back of the star, it will help you find the right way to reinstall it.
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