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    How's This for Staining Technique?

    I thought this was pretty cool:



    Here's more of the story:

    http://realitydaydream.com/dahlia-st...-dining-table/
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    Dang artists always making things rough for us untalented folk. That is pretty cool.
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    Mad skills!

    Not sure that would be my choice for a dining room table top, but mad skills for sure!
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    I can't stand talented people.
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    Stu captured my view as I was watching. Great skill but for a table .....not for me.

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    Amazing. Think I would hang it on the wall instead of using it like a table though. That type of skill is like magic, it is an illusion that just amazes me when I see it. Thanks for sharing it Vaughn.
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