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    Candle Holder and a Snuffer

    These were sent to my wifes cousin in Oregon for Christmas. Mopani finished in semi-gloss poly.
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    The kits are from PSI and the snuffer extends to reach high places. The lower bead on the candle holder looks thinner in the top photo than it really is for some reason. Still need practise on my beads and ball shapes.
    I love making wood spin while I poke it with sharp metal objects.

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    Nice
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    Nice work Tim, dont know if you need practising i need starting all over. The beads and ball look fine to me.
    cheers

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    Very cool Tim, not something you see everyday!
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    Beauties Tim. Very well done. If you need practice then I am in trouble.
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    That'll do nicely Tim !
    Don Orr

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    Very nice work, Tim. I'm sure those will be appreciated by the recipients.
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    Purdy pieces that will be treasured for years.
    Working flat so I can play round,
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