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    Default Christmas Ornaments 2015

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    Here you go I have a couple more to add to these.
    Will post them when done.
    The size is 5" x 3"
    Happy Carving

    Robert D.
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    Really cool, Robert...love the sayings...
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    Very cute!!! thanks for sharing
    Heather

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    great job Robert !

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    Great looking ornaments. They are super cute.

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    Robert Very nice.You have the wife's vote the puppy tag wins .

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    Awesome job Robert.

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    All three are going to make wonderful Christmas presents. Looks like both the cat and the dog patterns have excellent carving qualities.

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    1/32 bit .......... Love it.
    Happy Carving

    Robert D.
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    Robert,

    Really clever! I like the spelling! Great idea!

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