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Well, here they are. The bottle holders work but I want to modify them to broaden the bottom a bit. The fish, welcome sign and mommy signs are going to the store up north when we go up this week.
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Those are great, Barb! The exasperated mommy sign made me laugh out loud.
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looking good real nice.
never seen the bottle holders cut like that real nice
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Those are great, Barb! The exasperated mommy sign made me laugh out loud.
Thanks Oliver. Saw it in a store I think and had to make it my own lol

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Like Oliver I had to laugh at the exasperated mommy sign. As always nice work and I always enjoy your pictures.
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looking good real nice.
never seen the bottle holders cut like that real nice
Thanks John. I had been playing with the design, making a prototype. A friend of mine saw it and fell in love with it asking me to make one for her daughter and daughter in-law. They work (as you see) but getting the bottom right freehand is difficult so I want to modify it.

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I loved the fish sign!
I had to look up the "fill your hands..." quote, I was clueless (nothing new there).

Did you make these CNC, or freehand?
Is the lettering stenciled, or did you draw it? The cursive is very pretty, especially that Welcome! sign.

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Moz all my signs are done freehand. I create them on the computer and transfer them to the wood by through the wintergreen oil method. And thank you. I love making them.

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Thank you Richard... I did the same when I first read it.

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I like them all Barb, the fishing one is my favorite tho. You sure do nice work.

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