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    A few Toothpick Holders Christmas Gifts

    First I want to thank Cody Colston for making me aware of this little project.
    These were made for the members of my Church for Christmas, They are Cedar,Maple,Ambrosia Maple, Walnut, Cherry, Mahogany, Curly Maple, and a couple of other woods I can't remember. As always comments welcome.

    Larry
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    Very nice! And look at the quantity!

    Very nice gifts, I'm sure they will be appreciated.
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    Ok Larry, what's the secret here....let's have it. I don't see one toothpick in the lot. What gives here
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    Toothpick holders: Bet you can't make just one.

    Great-looking batch of gifts there, Larry. Way to go.
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    So, you're THAT guy!

    Great job, Larry.
    Cody


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    Larry,
    nice works there, including
    several designs and woods.
    Congratulations.

    Cody is giving good tips

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    Very nice mix there Larry! You've been busy, I'm sure they will all be appreciated!
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    Thanks folks I appreciate the comments. Just have to save now to buy toothpicks.

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    Wow Larry! A "few" toothpic holders you say?? That is a whole bunch of them! I can't tell which one I would choose, they all look great to me!
    Best regards,
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    Larry that is a great looking lot. They surely will be appreciated.


    Now Larry shouldn't you be out in the shop turning toothpicks???? That ought to keep ya busy for a day or two.
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