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    From Blank to Sedona

    Sterling Silver Rollerball with Aromatic Red Cedar.
    Finished with Minwax Clear Gloss Poly with 2 coats of Brazilian Carnauba.
    As always comments and or suggestions appreciated.
    Thanks for looking.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Aromatic Red Cedar 2 (Medium).JPG   Sterling Silver Sedona and Aromatic Red Cedar (Medium).JPG   Sterling Silver Sedona Rollerball with Aromatic Red Cedar (Medium).JPG  
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    Looks great, Les. With that bark inclusion, I probably would have blown that blank up before I even had it round.
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    What an amazing finish! What did you use?

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    Where do you get your kits from Les? I like that one a lot
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    I agree with Tom; a beautiful finish, Les.
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    Beautiful wood and beautiful pen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Burr View Post
    Where do you get your kits from Les? I like that one a lot
    Thanks Jim
    I get mine in Canada here:
    http://www.penblanks.ca/home.php?cat=98

    You could get yours in the US here:
    http://www.arizonasilhouette.com/Ber...t_Images_9.htm
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