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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-18-2019, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
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I didn't feel like doing any "actual work" when I got in the shop this morning so I thought it'd do a little shop cleaning. I ran across some scrap 2x10 from my dining room floor renovation and instead of cleaning, I figured I'd try some really deep stacked text.
Nothing amazing but not bad for a piece of floor joist. 🙂
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Looks pretty amazing to me!!!!! Some of the best projects come from throw aways, scraps, and odd stuff. Now start cleaning!!!
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Now start cleaning!!!
Nope it's quitting time!! 😉
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Really nice results from an experiment in some scrap!
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Wow do I like this one ! Really liking the depth
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Very nice work Joe!
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Wow, that turned out very nice, and very appealing design!!!
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Sweet but now you have even more mess......
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Yet another project to prove that the word “scrap” should never be applied to wood. I prefer to refer to those pieces as “leftovers”.

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Joe that turned out great. I do like the way you removed most of the stain from the "41-10 KJV" and a little less form the wording of the scripture.

It was worth playing with the cutoff.

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