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The small signs with a slanted front would also serve well for mounting a brass plaque, which you could cut with a CNC or have engraved elsewhere. These are pretty popular with local real estate outfits and a few other small businesses. Also a great little award for a small civic club.
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I'd have to use solid wood of some kind for that. This baltic birch is basically plywood (very good plywood) that shows the layers. Got a few things to think about. Also got to think how much time and effort will have to go into it for what I can get back out. Thanx for some ideas.

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My wife didn't notice the one about washing dishes.
Unfortunately for me mine did. Waitin' for the rain to stop so I can quietly sneak outside.

On standing the signs up I recently took a left over piece that was cut off the original sing board and made a base for the sign to stand on his mantle.
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Got a bunch of baltic birch cutoffs from a project my buddy did - - started off making a few of these.



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Hi, HJ.

Like the signs a looooottt. BTW, did you use a templete or freehand technique?

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