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    using up some leftover chocolate...

    i had just enough leftovers for 3 sets of the arched candle holders. they're getting to be too easy to make now...
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    you got that right glenn, and as soon as they are shellaced, a good pic will be taken with the others, and posted to the website.
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    all finished!

    i shellaced and waxed them today. here is one set.
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    Looking great as usual Dan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    Looking great as usual Dan
    Ditto.
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    Ditto

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