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Hi everyone, hope all is well with you.

Here is a 5x7 wood burning I completed today. Just wanted to share. I have my last show for the year coming up on Nov. 20th and I need to make a few more pieces before then.

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I see Your work, and all I can say is wow! That's great! It must take a great deal of time to get everything so perfect! As usuall, It is great:

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Nicely done, Karen.

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Thanks John and Ralph.

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I've never paid attention to this sort of woodworking before. Your piece is beautiful. I dont have the first clue as to what yall are actually doing. The color of the eyes is beautiful. Do you have a youtube video that you recommend to someone who would like to get a closer look at what yall do to see if it might be something they would like to try?
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Karen, as always, your talent with this just blows me away. Very nice!!

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Michael, you can look online for some good sites that offer getting started tips on pyrography (wood burning). You can purchase inexpensive sets to start with. You can also download some patterns from several sites. Most people start out with a simple soldering iron set that has different screw in tips. Wall Mart carries a good one from Walnut Hollow, you can also get some wood planks there. Hope this helps.

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Thanks for sharing your work. I enjoyed it.
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Thanks! The past few months have been very busy for me, and haven't done any artwork. Will get back to it soon.

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