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Old 06-28-2016, 08:54 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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Glorious Pen, Becky.
Great to see the younger ones doing something constructive.
You have every right to be proud as should he.
Congratulations,
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Glorious Pen, Becky.
Great to see the younger ones doing something constructive.
You have every right to be proud as should he.
Congratulations,
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Thank you! I love to watch my boys make pens. It is funny because they teach us rather than the other way around. :)
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that's awesome. he did great with the assembly to get things lined u p just right. I like the steep angle of the layered blanks, too. that can be tricky, especially with tru-stone.

very well done.
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