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*POOF* Weekend Gone!

Got lots of cutting done, but very little sanding done, so things are sitting around the workshop waiting for sandpaper. Working on Easter items/decorations. Found an egg holder on a 3D printer site, and had to see if it was do-able. It was! Gonna make a few more, I think. I sized them to take XL eggs, and we currently have Jumbo, so they don't fit so well, but-hey. The pattern works and I can make them with one-by's. Most of the Easter decorations I'm making is using up old wood that I won't use for my signs.
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those are cute..
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Pretty neat Barb. I haven’t actually seen that done before . You’ve been a busy lady

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I like those too. You're gonna have to color some eggs.

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cute bunnies
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I like those too. You're gonna have to color some eggs.
Gonna get some plastic eggs and use them for decorations, Paul.
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Thanks, Rick. I also made an amazing discovery Sunday; I found a way to make my transferring of patterns even quicker. I almost had Ken get the camera together and post a new video. I still use my wintergreen oil, but found a quicker way to get the pattern to adhere to the wood with (what seemed like) less work (so it seemed, anyway.)
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WOW...! You sure are getting a lot out of your "she-shed"...

Very nice pieces...they should go very fast. Good luck with 'em...
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Those are diabolically cute bunnies.

BTW, I stopped using ordinary sandpaper some time ago. Switched to 3M sanding sheets, which have a flexible translucent backing, not paper, and it sands far faster than anything else I've ever used. And if you twist it a bit, the sawdust falls out, so it lasts forever. I think 3M still makes it, here's a picture. I use it on picture frames and it takes a fraction of the time to finish sand than the paper type. It is expensive compared to plaper, but outlasts and out sands paper.
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Those are just too cute, your outdoing yourself,LOL
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