My first Corn Cob

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Oh my was this interesting. I thought I would never get it done. It was interesting turning though. I used a different type of glue on it than I do on other pens. I think it turned out pretty good for my first one. The picture aint that great. I am reading on the topics about taking better pics. Maybe I will learn something.

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Okay, I am gonna tell ya but no jokes. I am a funeral director. I had some glue that we use at the funeral home for incisions! It did a really good job. It definitely dont leak!
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I am in the process of stabilizing a lot of corn cob. They say that helps with the fluffling off. I will write when I find out how they turned out.
 

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Nice pen John, looks like a good cob pen to me.[;)]

I wonder if I'll ever be able to mutter those elusive words.....
"My first cob pen" [:D]

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