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Not the best because I was in a hurry but it turned out alright I think...



A little detail sanding and detail work with the old dremel to cut out some small details I can't get with the blades I have and I think it will turn out fine.
I will be ordering those blades ( flying Dutchmen ) but not for another week.
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looking like you might have found your niche Duane....nice work!!!!!!
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I can't imagine what you could produce if you weren't in a hurry Very nice!

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Thanks Bill, Thanks Deb
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17 years ago,, I was desperately trying to make an impression on a lady friend...during the course of one conversation during a lunch break, she mentioned that her mother had broke her letter holder that hung on the wall....wellllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll l says I, not being one to pass up an opening...I went to work, scroll sawed up a letter holder. One level was a duck in water, another a bird and the third was a butterfly. Her mom loved it.. thought it was just the greatest...and got me in the door...been happily married 15 years now..*S*

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Hi Duane

Very nice, looks like you have found your thing

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A little detail sanding and detail work with the old dremel to cut out some small details I can't get with the blades I have and I think it will turn out fine.
I will be ordering those blades ( flying Dutchmen ) but not for another week.



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nice work I love scrolling, have to get back into it.. have a ton of patterns if your interested..But looks like your well on your way.

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Thanks all !
Ha Ha ! Well Bill you can't say the hobby never did anything for you then can you LOL !

Rick, Sure ! I am always down for more patterns
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I discovered a neat little trick to fit finer grade paper on my little screw tight sanding drums for the drill press. Cut the fine paper to fit and spread a little tack glue on the drum. rub it with your finger until its tacky and even then apply the paper. Trim it to fit after its dry and viola ! Comes off easily with mineral spirits. Worked great on smoothing out the rough edges around the frame.

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17 years ago,, I was desperately trying to make an impression on a lady friend...during the course of one conversation during a lunch break, she mentioned that her mother had broke her letter holder that hung on the wall....wellllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll l says I, not being one to pass up an opening...I went to work, scroll sawed up a letter holder. One level was a duck in water, another a bird and the third was a butterfly. Her mom loved it.. thought it was just the greatest...and got me in the door...been happily married 15 years now..*S*been a big fan of scrolling ever since...
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