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I do use the picture for my first thoughts then my mind starts changing things. Not on purpose though. I did want it to look old so the reason for a few different colors...It would hard to match it . I tell my wife, when you see the second hand on then I consider it finished.. But wait.,,I have those 11 flowers to mount somewhere... The first few coats were gloss then the last coat was semi-gloss . I do like my finishes to be smooth for everyone who walks up to it touches it and I like that smile that forms on their face.. I did learn about the paper dial I printed on from the internet.....It will wrinkle up when spraying around the edges of the wood it is glued to...Next time I will wait till all the finishing is complete before attaching the dial . I will also check to see if my printer will work with a white bendable plastic for I do know it has to bend around the rollers in the printer.. I think the water stain was the culpert that caused the wrinkle but some of it disappeared as it dried..
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