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    cherry offering trays

    These are for our elec at work. A arson burned down there church a couple months ago. Well they had insurance just not enough.They are rebuilding but are looking for any help they can get. This is just my little way of helping them out. They are 2"x 12 1/2, cherry with walnut bands. finish is 2 coats rattle can bulls eye shellac, 2 coats rattle can lacquer. Will wax and buff later.
    Thanks and all c&c welcome
    Steve
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    those turned out well steve and look deep enough to hold the needed funds to get the church back up on there feet again
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    Nice! I like the cherry details. Adds a nice little bit of visual interest, if you ask me, which you didn't...

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    Thanks Larry. yea they should be deep enough,now if the folks just have deep pockets.
    Brent sure i asked ya. Didn't ya see where i said all C&C welcome.

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    Those are real nice Steve
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    what cool about those is everyone will know who puts in change and who puts in paper.
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    thanks Bob.
    Don never thought of that.

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    Nice bowls, nice gesture--way to go Stephen!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Jones View Post
    Nice bowls, nice gesture--way to go Stephen!
    Thanks Ron i enjoyed making them.

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    Nicely done, and for a good cause too.

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