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    Name & Ho Ho Ho Ornaments

    Made these last weekend out of 1/8" BB Plywood , unsure of the finish that they'll get . The wife said she needs at least 12 more of the Ho Ho Ho"s and more if I would and I'll try too . Any comments are welcome ..........MB Sorry for the yellow looking pictures ........
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    Those are some nice looking ornaments, Marshall!!!
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    Great looking stuff Marshall. What blade do you prefer for things like that Santa Clause?

    BTW, for everybody else ==> http://www.auburn.edu/~vestmon/xmas_cnt.htm
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    I have done just enough scroll work to be really amazed.

    Enjoy,

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    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    Great looking stuff Marshall. What blade do you prefer for things like that Santa Clause?

    BTW, for everybody else ==> http://www.auburn.edu/~vestmon/xmas_cnt.htm
    Glen I usually use the Flying Dutchman 2 or 3 reverse tooth blade ........Marsahll
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marshall Border View Post
    Glen I usually use the Flying Dutchman 2 or 3 reverse tooth blade ........Marsahll
    Thanks Marshall. I have those . . . so apparently I need more than the blades to do good work?
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    Very nice. I use a laser beam for a blade.

    You are very skilled to be able to cut those so smooth.

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    Very nice work, Marshall. Congrats on all those blue ribbons, too.
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