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    Pet Urn

    Here is the finished box made from Walnut, Picture didn't come out well, it really does look better in person, Hones it does! I don't know why it looks red
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    I'm supposed to respect my elders, but its getting harder and harder for me to find one now.

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    Looks like a great resting place from here Charles, very nicely done!
    I'm no photographer but I'll guess that the lighting is the reason. I get the same results when shooting directly under florescent lites
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    Looks mighty fine from here, Charles. I agree with Ken...I suspect fluorescent lights are the culprit for the red tones.
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    Very nice Charles
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    run it threw photo shop and drop the red back, add some green..looks nice charles
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    That's a good looking urn, Charles! I like your design.
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    Was visiting my daughter this weekend and she asked if I could make a nice little box for her to put her cats ashes in. Sure hope I can do as well as you did. Could you give me the rough dimensions of your box? I know the one she needs doesn't have to be very big.
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    Paul this one is 6" X 7" X 5 3/4" high Bottom is fastened with 8/32 brass screws and threaded inserts.
    I'm supposed to respect my elders, but its getting harder and harder for me to find one now.

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    Thanks Charles. Hope I do as nice a job as you did.
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    well done Charles

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