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    New urn - been too long...

    ...since I posted any woodworking. Been busy in other areas. However, I have three jobs for others starting in the next week or so. I guess I'll be posting more soon!

    QSWO Urn, A&C style. Enjoy.

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    Good looking design Rennie Great you have things coming in the door

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Niemi View Post
    Good looking design Rennie Great you have things coming in the door
    Thanks Tom. It's about as simple as a design can get.

    I have two dining tables and a communion kit (that job just came in this morning) that all need to be done by the end of September. More posts to come!
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    Rennie, do you mean a funerary urn for ashes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toni Ciuraneta View Post
    Rennie, do you mean a funerary urn for ashes?
    Exactly.
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    Very nice Renne, sounds like you're gonna be busy!
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    Great stuff Rennie. Three pieces by the end of September? I'd never make it ;-)
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    me either i got a group of red necks and hillbillies coming to raid my place in sept.. gotta get the security up and running and get the locks on everything glad you getting work rennie, just out of couristy where did these jobs come from.. i know the tales but the communin job?? looking at where i need to try and work on gettin my work seen.. to get more work..
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    Congrats on the upcoming jobs Rennie

    Great looking urns too!!
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    Not that it counts for much, but you earned a kudos from me on that, nice look! & add another congrats on the work coming in!
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