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    A few things that I have made

    A few pics of some projects. The scroll saw portrait is of my parents and that is them holding it. It was a 60th wedding anniverary giftClick image for larger version. 

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    The stone the builders rejected shall become the cornerstone.

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    Nice work, David. Looks like you have a good relationship with your scroll saw.
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    looks like you done right wel on that portrait it looks almost real,, the cowboy one with the horse head down is very nice..
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    Very nice work on all of the things you showed, David!
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    Sure is some fancy scroll saw work
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    Nice work! I love the detail in the Cross.
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    Roger


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    I see your work. I cannot even imagine being able to do it.

    Enjoy,

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    Nicely done.
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    Great work. I really liked the portrait and the horse drinking water.
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    Thank you all for the kind words. All the projects were made from patterns designed by someone else.That is a talant that I do not have but am impressed with. Working on some libary book shelves for my church, then finish up a keepsake chest for my oldest daughter. Then on to some stuff for Christmas. Got to start now as I am slow and find it hard to put together alot of time. Love being with the kids and grand kids.
    Dave
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