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Working on Christmas . Slight changes to my bells and angels. Wife said the base of the bells not wide enough so this is the result. 863D8744-6429-42E0-8DE6-28555B857220.jpeg.ffe53915a2e86812780abebcf6f5a4eb.jpeg

so also widened the angel base. May even put jingle bells in them. So what Christmas item are you planning now?

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1 hour ago, Gerald said:

So what Christmas item are you planning now?

Get the tree & decorations down ASAP afterwards.:rolleyes:


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Nicely done Gerald. Kudos to you for being pro-active.

Not sure of the dimensions, but both would be candidates for the Easy Wood Tools Christmas tree ornaments.

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