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Another donation for the Humane Society silent auction. This design was based on a comment from Doug (KP91) when he said he had a file with paw prints and a hearts. Not having seen his file, I went in this direction with a paw print in a heart. Carved out of clear pine. Dougís paw prints were completely different and Iíll probably use them in a different project. I really appreciate his sharing and it demonstrates why this is such a great forum.

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That is going to fetch a pretty penny. (yes, the pun was intentional)
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Another donation for the Humane Society silent auction. This design was based on a comment from Doug (KP91) when he said he had a file with paw prints and a hearts. Not having seen his file, I went in this direction with a paw print in a heart. Carved out of clear pine. Dougís paw prints were completely different and Iíll probably use them in a different project. I really appreciate his sharing and it demonstrates why this is such a great forum.

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Oliver I don't care what you make I am always very impressed. Thanks for posting.
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I was sharing with someone at Rockler this morning about the unique and polished work you do on your CNC, but emphasized the incredibly detailed and painted finish on all your work, which is what really makes them stand out. I'll have to print this out to show her what I mean.
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