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    Trying to fill my pen inventory


    L to R: American Flat Top BP pens: Lacewood, Mesquite, & Golden Amboyna.


    L to R: More American Flat Top BP pens: Purpleheart, Yellowheart, and Bloodwood.


    These are Perfect Fit BP pens. All Inlace Acrylester blanks I won during the 2010 Birthday Bash on IAP.
    L to R: #10 Crushed Mud, #24 Molten Metal, #22 Red Russet & Gold.


    L to R: More Perfect Fit BP pens: Spalted Beech, Curly Sugar Maple, Pau Amorello, Sycamore, Tiger Myrtle.
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    Mack C. in Brooklin ON
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    VERY pretty, Mack. The flattops are my very favorite style of pen to make, and many people love them for their heft. Those are gorgeous. Of course, the others aren't too shabby either!
    Nancy Laird
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    Mack

    Them sure do look pretty. Can't pick a favorite but all the wood ones first. Not that the acrylic ones aren't executed very well, I just love wood!

    Garry

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    Trying to fill my pen inventory

    WOW,those buggers are beautifull,pics came out great,when I get that part dowm,I might post a few
    May God Bless
    Ken

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    Nice stuff Mack
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    nice stuff, Mac...
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    Really a bunch of beauties Mack. Looks like you are getting the inventory built up pretty well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy Laird View Post
    VERY pretty, Mack. The flattops are my very favorite style of pen to make, and many people love them for their heft. Those are gorgeous. Of course, the others aren't too shabby either!
    Mack
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    Your making me a fan of Americana style's Mac. The Perfect fit's are more my type and I like the total picture a lot more. As always...well done.
    p.s. everyone pray for the folks heading to Japan...they'll face the worst
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