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    Nail Polish Rack

    I made this for my granddaughter.Click image for larger version. 

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    looks like it will do the job nicely,, she must have a lot more nails than i do to color
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    looks like it will do the job nicely,, she must have a lot more nails than i do to color
    Great lookin nail polish rack.

    Ya but only you would want galvanized nails.
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    Nice work, Gayle. Does your granddaughter do nails for a living, or does she just collect nail polish like some of the guys here collect hand planes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Nice work, Gayle. Does your granddaughter do nails for a living, or does she just collect nail polish like some of the guys here collect hand planes?
    Hey I resemble that remark.
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    She has nail polish that looks like galvanized finish.
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    That's a nice looking design, I'm sure she'll be tickled pink (and galvanized and... ).

    The really sad part is that it would take me a lot longer to SORT them than to build the rack
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    Vaughn I think they should make you a National Treasure!

    I can easily see how a person could become a nail polish collector; especially a person with really good color vision. I don't know if that is what she is doing but the thought sure gave me an instant shift in my perception of nail polish. Heck, one of my dearest friends collected Gofer match covers for decades. (Even if he was still alive he sure wouldn't be finding any now.) And I don't think that is even remotely as interesting as nail polish colors, bottles, textures, etc.

    The variety of things that interest humans amazes me: all of the way from bug collecting to woodworking to building their own jet airplane---Hey it is a wonderful world!

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