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    A couple of quickie Christmas ornaments

    LOML has been asking me to turn some ornaments for weeks. These two were turned from a single pen blank of Yellowheart (no yellow snowmen jokes, please). Took all of about 10 minutes. 1-5/8" tall.

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    no yellow jokes.... awwwwe man. Okay, I'll only think them.

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    Those are too cool, Neal. I just may have to try some of those.

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    Cute little mini snowmen!!!


    The vid is Vaughn's fault.........

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2nJn...that-yellow-sn
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    Cool Neal.

    Aaww man no snow jokes??
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