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Kinda of a blue green greyish bugger

After looking at it on the wall, I realized I still have 10 flowers to mount on it somewhere.

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That right there is special Jess!  I really like the color it came out at too!

And I have to ask, since daylight saving time started today - how long does it take you (you can round off to the nearest hour, or half day if you want) to change all the clocks in the house?:D

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Jess that is outstanding and the color makes all the detail really stand out. I would have never guessed that you still have more to add to it. 


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Cal, its not so bad when we spring forward for I just have to add and hour but when fall gets here I have to take the battery's out and wait an hour... I could just turn them back 11 hours but the little knob is too slick and in a bad position especially if the clock has a pendulum for the stick of the bob is in the way..

 But you see I don't get in a big hurry either direction for I do about one clock per month.


I hope some of these scrollers might take on one of these clocks especially the large ones.. This one is 34 inches long and my scroll saw's limit from the blade to the rear of the machine is 20 inches. Kinda interesting as to how they would attach the problem...........

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