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    Some Ornaments

    My MIL told me earlier this year that she wanted some ornaments to place around the house or in a bowl. I threw in a simple oak bowl to boot! I gave her some christmas trees a few years ago and she keeps them up most of the year so these might stay out all the time too. I had a favorite of the group so I added a photo of it by itself. Wood used are oak, walnut, maple and cherry.
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    Cool bet she goes just nuts over them nicely done!

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    Those are cool!
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    Great idea Jeff, they will be treasured for sure. Well done!

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    Are you trying to confuse the squirrels Those are great
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    Looks good Jeff. I admit I did a double take though - that bowl is awful thin for you!!
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    Those are cool Jeff. She should like them.
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    Great ornaments Jeff hope no squirrels spot em that would be a hoot watching a squirrel go to town trying to eat em.
    Thinking here of the animated squirrel from Ice Age you know the one with two huge front teeth.

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    great job man

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    Thank for the comments everyone!
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