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Out of the gifts I made this year the "Snow Man Christmas tree ornament" was by far the most popular. The ladies just flipped out over them. I was so surprised that they liked them so well as they are really easy and cheap to make. Here is some photos of the gifts I made. Nothing special.









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Nice work Don . Sure liking the weather station
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turn Mr. Snowman in to a tie clasp... or a lapel pin...
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Nice work, Don. I like the weather station best.

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I Like them all, good job, Don.

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Thanks guys. I like what the women like.

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nicely done Don. Art work on the pig is top notch!!! and I wouldn't mind having one of those weather stations in my living room...

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Very nice. Where did you find the hardware for the weather station if I may ask? I foresee one being on my desk ....

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Very nice. Where did you find the hardware for the weather station if I may ask? I foresee one being on my desk ....
You can find the plans or a kit or just the hardware here.

Highlander Weather Station Woodworking Plan | Klockit

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You can find the plans or a kit or just the hardware here.

Highlander Weather Station Woodworking Plan | Klockit
Thank you sir!

ETA: For some reason that link didn't work. This one did:

Highlander Weather Station Woodworking Plan | Klockit

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