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    I posted this project a few days ago an I have it done now.
    The picture shows the wood yellow but it is realy a dark walnut color. Thanks for the ideas on how to finish cutting it.
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    It is beautiful the way it is! If it were mine, I would attach a sawtooth hanger on the back and hang on the wall in my Native American room. Adorable!


    • #3
      Oh WOW! Just .... WOW!!!!


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