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    Wolf Portrait Arrowhead Pattern

    I didn't forget ... I just got behind ... again!

    Here's the pattern for a wolf head inside of the arrowhead design, that you can use with the Mule Deer Relief Wood Carving Project posted here. Hope you like it.

    And to let you know I finally did it!!! I've signed up for a Facebook for LSIrish.com. Please stop by, say Hi, and sign up as a friend.

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    Well there going to be a happy little girl soon, she's in the hospital an not doing to good so I ask Lora if she can do a pattern of a Wolf in Arrowhead sn she did this an this is for Amber she loves Wolfs
    So here's where I'm at on Day 1


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    Does anyone need any chips

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    REally great work, Roy!!!!!
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    Here is day 2 , Thanks Lora

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    So Lora how am I doing so far, see any changes I need to do

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    Hope you keep posting the progress pictures..
    Very enjoyable watching..

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    Here is a quick up date, so how does it look so far Lora

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    Ok, now I'm debating if I will do any wood burning, haven't decided yet what does everyone think

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    I think some burning could really make some detalil pop. You asking about burning with a pyro pen or a torch?

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    I have pens
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