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Old 02-11-2018, 05:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Another for my oldest daughter. Silmar 41 with pink, pearl white, & yellow mica. Wetsanded through MM 12K, Novus 3 & 2, then blue rouge on the wheel.


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That is pretty amazing! How tall is it?
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Fantastic looking vase!
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Looks great.
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That is pretty amazing! How tall is it?
Thanks Tony. I should have called it a mini bud vase like I did the others. This one stands a massive 4Ē tall! I still havenít gotten the courage to try a normal vase, but itís coming!

Would you like a blank so you can make one?
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Your vases are very nice. Are you hollowing them or simply drilling a hole? I would imagine that it would be very hard to hollow acrylic that small.
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Your vases are very nice. Are you hollowing them or simply drilling a hole? I would imagine that it would be very hard to hollow acrylic that small.
Thank you! Yes, I only drill a 3/8Ē hole, I donít think I could hollow one this small - yet. As I gain skill and a set of mini hollowing tools Iíll be changing it up but thatís a ways down the road yet.
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Well...it looks like you have all the "tools"/gifts!
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