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    More Christmas

    Here is one of the 13 snowmen that were ordered. The others are drying and she wouldn't let me touch them. The LOML paints them with acrylic hobby paint. She decided a ribbon for a scarf would look good. Which I have to admit it does. My sister was extremely tickled with them so all is good.
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    Very neat. My missus knits little scarves for mine and pyro's the eyes etc. . and I leave them wood not painted

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    What's not to like? Isn't there a Snowman competition up coming?
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    Great-looking snowman, Bernie.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Burr View Post
    ...Isn't there a Snowman competition up coming?
    There will be if you start one.
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    Thanks all. I am going to try a different design tomorrow and see how it looks. These are made solid and will be table decorations.
    Bernie W.

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    nice looking snowmen. do you turn them round by hand or do you have a jig?

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    Thanks Tom. They are all turned with nothing but a skew.
    Bernie W.

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    To succeed in life, you need three things: a wishbone, a backbone and a funnybone.

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