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Default Some Christmas presents for the little ones

I'm not sure if this post belongs here, if not, could one of the mods please move it.

We made these presents for our neices & nephews, everybody was excited whenthey received them.

Thanks for looking.
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Those are VERY nice! Just out of curiosity, what kind of scroll saw do you have?

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Very nice ,Rick, I like them all. The first one is very well done, must have been a lot of drilling and feeding the blade through little holes to do that pattern. The snowman the same. Good work and a lot of patients. You did good getting the grain to match around the box and the contrasting colored splines and handle really set it off.
I have never seen a Karate Skill level board before, what a neat idea. Must be a Yankee fan in the family, or maybe a Derrick Jeeter fan? clever idea for book ends.

Good job, very nicely done, and well recived too I guess.

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Very nice - great job.

I like them all except the bookends - that's the "Evil Empire" - I'm a Jays fan
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Very nice Rick.

And, that goes for all of them.... even tho I'm a Tigers fan, the bookends are nicely done And, you must have INCREDIBLE patience for that first one. Amazing work!

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The old English D sure would have made those book ends look classy instead of that NY. Otherwise, great job!

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Wow those are impressive . I don't have the patience to do something that nice

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excellent work Rick
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