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20 x 36 and 20 x 24 Aspen panels from Menards. Had to add a little color. Scottart lied - they don't come with the paint by numbers stamped on them!!
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Those are really nice. Fortunately on the paint, we know what colors are best. This looks like a very salable item. Would be even more amazing with an eagle or some other creature carved over the flag background.

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Those are really nice. Fortunately on the paint, we know what colors are best. This looks like a very salable item. Would be even more amazing with an eagle or some other creature carved over the flag background.

Agree - but these are only 3/4 thick panels

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Excellent work John . Everything sure looks sharp and welll defined , wow !
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Good job John.
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Looks very nice, John! I need to do one similar soon for my HVAC guy. We've been talking about it for a year and he's supposed to get me dimensions and samples of what he wants but has yet to do that. In the meantime I'll just look at yours!

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Very nice John, an American flag has been on my radar to do for a while now. I want to do some barn art for around here and that would make a great one.
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