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    Tried my hand at a few end grain boards

    I can see where playing with different woods and patterns could become habit forming! Fun stuff. So, did they turn out OK? I like them!
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    Great job, especially the grain orientation that brought everything to the ultimate!
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    Nope, they did not turn out OK........they turned out GREAT nice boards Rennie

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    Yep, OKAY!
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    Number 3 was pretty good. The rest were awesome!

    Presents or for sale?
    There's usually more than one way to do it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Mulder View Post
    Number 3 was pretty good. The rest were awesome!

    Presents or for sale?
    I put them up on my Etsy store and publicized them on my Facebook and Google+ pages. We shall see.
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    I like 'em too
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    Super. Some of nicest boards I have seen.
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    Nice looking boards Rennie!
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