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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-24-2009, 08:51 AM Thread Starter
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Hello all, I thought I would post an ornament I will be taking to the show next week. This is from a roughout blank and is about 4 inches tall. Finished in acrylics and satin lacquer. Thanks for looking as always!

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Corey, at this time of year, that one should go over real big at the show.

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Cory,

Very nice job. I wish I had artistic talent.

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Thanks for showing Cory. I did a duck in soap once for a school art class. That is the extent of my carving skill.
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I can just picture a tree decorated in nothing but those

How many can you make between now and tree decorating time?

Seriously, awesome job and very unique!
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very nice work
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Thanks all, It was a fun one to do!

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