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Just for your information I have moved the thread business card holder turtorial to the sticky. That way it will be easily avaialable without having to search for it later. Thanks.

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A good idea Bernie, thank you.

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Thanks Bernie,

I'm sure it will help others to make a few or give them ideas to modify it for their own use.

Just thinking about it this could easily be made into a router project!

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Thanks Harry and Mike.

Mike it surely could be.

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I envision a jig to hold the blank and a series of templates indexed to the jig. Plunge router fitted with guide bushing and a pointed round over bit like #64xx or #87xx from here: http://www.mlcswoodworking.com/shops...bit_groove.htm

Sounds like a "Harry" project for some reason!

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I don't know what a "sticky" is or how to find it.
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I don't know what a "sticky" is or how to find it.
When you click to come to this page at the very top are the sticky posts. These post are mainly how to's or tutorials on making different items.

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Thanks. Sister Eucaria didn't teach about sticky at St. James in 1945.
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Pretty and cool business card holder! Great design with a lot of possibilities, like the half wheels at the sides. Great job and use of scraps!
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