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    I'm got some bloodwood pen blanks left over

    I've got a bunch of bloodwood pen blanks I need to get off my shelf, to make room for other fun stuff. My little nephew went crazy, and was having a blast in my shop, cutting pen blanks....and he over did it.

    I'm selling them for $1 each.
    I can fit 9 in a flat rate envelope, that ships for $4.95.
    I can get 55 in a medium priority box.



    Probably easier to eMail me directly.
    Time2Boat@Gmail.com
    Last edited by Sue Nerlau; 03-02-2011 at 08:59 PM.
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    If I didn't have about 1,000 more pen blanks than I'll need for the next couple years, I would take them. Bloodwood is a fine turning wood and makes a great looking pen.
    And.....welcome to the Family.
    Show us some of your pens.
    Last edited by Frank Fusco; 03-03-2011 at 08:13 PM. Reason: typo
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    Thanks, Frank.
    I gave my dad a Corn Cob pen a while ago. It was really fun to do.
    He's an ex-Farmer, just turned 80. So, it was a nice treat.
    I'll "cob" it back from him, and take some pix.
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    where are you from? thats nice picture of the redwoods on your website..
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    I'm a Midwesterner.
    Wisconsin.
    I have a lake house in Antioch, IL, and do some wood work there, but most is done in Granton, WI where all my family is.
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    Welcome Sue ya thought ya could just sneak in here didn't ya

    Put you location up on the right so we can all see where ya are at (most of the time)

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    Ok, will do...as soon as I figure out how !!
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    Welcome to the forum, Sue.
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    Nice to welcome another lady to the family! Looking forward to seeing your projects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Nerlau View Post
    I've got a bunch of bloodwood pen blanks I need to get off my shelf, to make room for other fun stuff. My little nephew went crazy, and was having a blast in my shop, cutting pen blanks....and he over did it.

    I'm selling them for $1 each.
    I can fit 9 in a flat rate envelope, that ships for $4.95.
    I can get 55 in a medium priority box.



    Probably easier to eMail me directly.
    Time2Boat@Gmail.com
    Sue I emailed direct and said I take a set and got a nice email back saying you didn't know what I wanted...Guess I should have been more specific...
    These are what I want and I take the set that fits in the flatrate box....
    You can send pay,ment info to the address I emailed you from..
    Thanks
    Garry

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