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    More Snowmen

    Here are a couple that I made out of some scrap. The one plain wood is cherry. It was a piece I thought might not make it but it did. The other is Elm and the LOML wanted to paint it as she wants to give it to the grandson. The cherry is finished with rattle can lacquer and the hat dyed with india ink. Tried to get these to look like a typical snowman with the larger bottom. I am pleased how they turned out.
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    They look great Bernie. I like how you oriented the grain on the cherry. I'd try a few but my balls usually end up ovals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Daugherty View Post
    They look great,,, I'd try a few but my balls usually end up ovals.
    Being that this is a family forum, that is all I can say!!!!!!!!!
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