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Usually I paint a Christmas card.

this year I am going to carve and paint one.

Here is the model in Aspire. hope to carve it and paint it this weekend.

The center Orb will be a Snow Globe once painted it will hopefully make more visual sense.

Merry Christmas.

( the crack in the bottom right ornament is in recognition of the Earthquake we just had here in Alaska. .. my wife's idea..
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Like in now will like it more after paint
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nice...
well... okay...
better than nice...

glad yur okay and found your way back...
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Very nice.
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CNC really opens an entirely new arena of expression. That is very charming and will be more so when painted.

The more I do, the less I accomplish.
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Beautiful, and will be stunning after paint.
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Beautiful, wonderful job.
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Beautiful. Looking forward to seeing the finished CNC job. What size is it? Where will you get an envelope big enough for it?
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Nice work, better message! The crack adds a bit of context of what to be grateful for.

Will be up there again in May for 2 weeks doing the north bound cruise on Princess. Beautiful state. If only we were younger......
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I can already see that it's going to be another masterpiece!

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