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Hi Everyone. Here is my latest burn, I did many since my last post here but don't want to bore anyone showing them all. So every once in a while, I'll share one with you.

If you would like to see more of my work, let me know.

Thanks for viewing and have a great day.

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Karen...

very nice work indeed!! Must be something in the water in Western Pa..S
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Beautiful work, thanks for sharing.
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Karen we love to see your work it forces us to take more time when we burn.
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Very nice Karen. Keep up the good work.




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Thanks everyone for the very kind comments. Wood burning is very easy for me and doesn't take me long at all to burn a piece. This piece took me around 2 hours to burn.

Now painting a picture is another story! It takes me 1 to 2 weeks to paint just one. A real pain in the butt.

I need to get a lot more burnings completed before my selling season starts.

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Hi Everyone. Here is my latest burn, I did many since my last post here but don't want to bore anyone showing them all. So every once in a while, I'll share one with you.

If you would like to see more of my work, let me know.

Thanks for viewing and have a great day.

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Karen, great job! Have you considered burning on boxes? That would make a very sharp finished project.

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