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    Votive Candle Holder

    Don't know quite why, but I always thought this design was cool and wanted to build one. Well, actually, I built two.

    Brazilian cherry and ambrosia maple. A nice 1/2 day project (well, it would have been had I followed the build sequence correctly). It pays to do things in order!
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    Very nice, Rennie. I really like the design, and your execution of it looks flawless.
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    Nice work Rennie
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    Beautifully Done great lines in all Beautiful
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    They are striking and your rendering is top notch. I am jealous of designers who can make something so attractive with just a few lines. I have one living with a relative out in Nevada somewhere.
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    Very classy, Rennie.

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    Great choice of woods and excellent execution, Rennie!
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    It gives the look of being split down the middle, but I assume its not 2 pieces, can you show a couple shots without the candles?
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    pretty pretty wood.
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    Nicely done. Great choice of woods.
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