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    My family traditionally has a big Thanksgiving gathering and on Friday evening, there is a gift exchange among the eight cousins. I have always done some ornament for the cousins as well as their kids.
    Of course, that's all scrapped this year, so I got personalized patterns from Steve for the third generation. I will mail them since I won't be able to see them. One is for my great nephew Holden, which the first on Becky's side.
    Tried cutting from Aspen, but hated the look and the hanger holes broke on two of the first three, so I switched to 1/4" poplar.
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    Jim
    When looking at the clock at work--the correct time is:
    Too early to leave, too late to call in.

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    Nice work Jim. I am sure the ornaments are well loved by all your family and these sill be extra special for those young ones.
    Melanie from East TN

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    • #3
      Jim what a wonderful gift.
      Scott
      Creator of fine designer sawdust.

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      • #4
        Those are wonderful, Jim. I find Aspen too soft for thin wood.
        Denny
        ArtCrafters in Dayton, TN

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        • #5
          Those will be life long keepers. That is great!
          Linda at www.ArtIngrained.com

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          • #6
            I have tried aspen for several items and have given up using it. It is fragile when cutting thin pieces and seems to get fuzzy at the cut edges. I just took a couple of pieces back to where I bought them.

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