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    Tea lights

    The Tea lights are about 5 X 3 in size. These three are if I remember right Sour Gum, Walnmut and Black Cherry. All are Antique Oil finished.

    Dennis
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    Very nice!
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    It is amazing how pleasant something that simple can look.
    By simple, I meant the design not the creation of.

    Thanks for the pic.

    Enjoy,

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    Nicely done, Dennis. Tea lights are a fun and quick project. Great for instant gratification.
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    Great looking Tea Lights Dennis!
    I like your different forms.
    Well done.

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    Nice looking shapes and wood Dennis. Where did you get the inserts?
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    Really nice lights. Nice form and finish.
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    Very nice Dennis, I have to get going on some of those soon!
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    Nice job, good forms and nice choice of woods!

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    very cool. That wood is pretty.

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