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Ron, I have never seen a woodworker, turn so many waste bin items, to absolutely beautiful useful items, hat off to ya sir. If there was an award for re-purposing, you'd win it. 

Good for the soul, good for the environment, and beautiful for the Christmas tree!:)

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1 hour ago, John Morris said:

 If there was an award for re-purposing, you'd win it. :)

What John said!!

 

Steve

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Thanks guys. When you have something in mind, as I did, and the piece I had planned to use split. The top piece where the chain eyelet goes. I have used up nearly all of my scrap pieces. I wanted desperately to finish it today. Then I remembered my little band saw scrap bin. I found four little pieces and glued them together. I got lucky and was able to use it. There are 17 pieces in this ornament. 

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