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    Cheese Knives

    My dad and I will have a booth at a holiday craft show in a few weeks and I need to stock up on some lower cost items...I made some cheese boards as well and thought these cheese knives would work well with those. I made these 2 in about 30 minutes last night. Hope to make 10 or more by next week. These two are cherry and cedar.
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    They look good, Jeff. Good luck at the show.
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    I like them! What did you use for the blades?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    They look good, Jeff. Good luck at the show.
    Thank you sir!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Mooney View Post
    I like them! What did you use for the blades?

    Thanks Dan...I got the blades from Penn State
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    Looking good Jeff. You know the Styluses would be pretty popular around here. Been seeing more and more of them with all the people using their iPads to take notes. My wife has one for her iPhone as her nails get in the way when texting.

    Good luck at the show.
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    Darren, my dad has been making the pens with stylus tips and selling them faster than he can make them to former coworkers who give them as gifts.
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    They look great and I bet they sell very well.
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    Jeff good luck at the show. Hope you and your dad make a bunch of sales. Good job man.

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    You should sell enough to make the car payment! Stuff looks good.
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    have fun spending time with dad jeff
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