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Posted by gibsona (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 5, 09 at 21:29

Well, it's been FOREVER since I've posted over here, but here goes. These are my first attempts with my new ring saw. The larger 3 are about 3" tall. I got a set of china from a friend and felt bad when I told him I was gonna bust up his mother's china. I wanted to make him and his brothers something so they could still have part of her china without the clutter. I put magnets on the back and, despite the size, they stay put very well. The smaller ones need a lot of work but I was just playing with them. Sorry for the blurry pictures. Great to be back and have time to both create and post.
Have a good one!
Ann
Steve's Heart3
Steve's Heart2
Steve's Heart1
Tiny Hearts


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Ann come back! the links to your pics are broken did you delete them?


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WHAT? I can see them but let me try again.
Steve's Heart3
Steve's Heart2
Steve's Heart1
Tiny Hearts


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Wow! Beautiful!! Jan


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Beautiful. And what a great idea.

Kathy


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They're beautiful! great job Ann!


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Good job!!! I know you will love having this saw!! I did a 3/4inch marble heart and it cut it perfectly!


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Thanks ladies! I'm anxious to find something else to try out on it.


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Well don't let it be forever 'till your next showing. Those are just beautiful. I haven't used my ring saw in so long, I hope I can find it among all the garage clutter. This has inspired me to dig it up.


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