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    Smile nd now for something completly different ;) warning loads of piccies

    Well people, thank you for the warm welcome here. I thought it was time to show a few things that I have been doing over the last couple of years, some things to earn money, and the rest for my own pleasure.
    First some things for money -
    first a multi-media unit

    a small oak kitchen cupboard finished in a white lime wax

    an ultimate old fashioned bookcase, with some special details

    for a very helpful and friendly neighbough, I made this shield and hand carved the name.

    Something for your living room maam ? A pair af French internal doors I restored

    Now something for the modern kitchen in a very high gloss lacquer [ never again ]

    A small porch roof, copied from an Amsterdam "grachtenhuis" 1750 +/- but with some modern spots built in to the under side.

    For my house , I decided to build an extension -
    WITH STRAW BALES and a timber frame
    will upload them when I find them................................
    You name it, I'll butcher it !

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    Very nice work...all of it. Thanks for sharing the pics, Karl.
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    Wow Karl you've been busy honing you talents good looking work.

    So how is the weather there in Lower Saxony, Germany District of Leer.

    Is Hartwig Aden still Mayor?
    Last edited by Bart Leetch; 02-07-2010 at 03:01 PM.
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    Great work Karl.

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    What a wonderfully diverse set of pieces. Thanks for sharing those shots.
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    - Arthur C. Clarke

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    huh ??? what do mean Jozsef ??
    You name it, I'll butcher it !

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    You wrot : "try and find that ".
    I find you
    Thats easy.

    Jozsef

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    got it, well done, but it was an easy one hope all is ok in Budapest with you

    k
    You name it, I'll butcher it !

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    Beautiful work Karl
    Faith, Hope & Charity

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    Hi Karl !
    Here is all right. The "pálinka" is great, The girls fantastic
    Come onto Budapest, We eat Hungarian salami, we drink " Pálinka " (brandy) you select a flavour

    Jozsef

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