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    Finished My Side of the Bargin

    My son-in-law has some small wheels I have been admiring that I want to use on an organ cart I plan on building. I know how to make some cartridge pens that he likes. I made him one several years ago and he has co-workers that really like it. He wanted to give them each one. I struck a deal, (he cleaned my clock in this deal), pens for the wheels. While I was making the pen and waiting for some parts to arrive I decided to make boxes for each and felt pouches to put the pens in. I thought maybe this would prevent them from tarnishing so quickly (should have included a can of Brasso with each also). I had the wood leftover from making organ pipes (redwood salvaged from my deck). The only thing left I want to do, if my decal paper arrives in time, is put the second amendment on the lid of each box.
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    Those look nice Paul.........Where did you get your Decal paper from I have been looking for some.
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    I got it off e-bay. look for "waterslide" for inkjet. I can get it from e-bay cheaper than I can get locally and it is 81/2" X 11" locally only sells smaller stuff.
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    Thanks Paul
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    Components for John Smith Organs and the Hobby Organ Builder

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    Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in their shoes. That way, when you criticize them, you're a mile away and you have their shoes.

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