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  1. Just about to wrap up on the first of these. I did several several searches with different phrases and eventually found some quotes that I thought would work. Some of the lids have knobs and some don't so I wrote two versions of each quote for the engraver. These have two coats of spray can shellac on them. They'll get sanded and finish coated in the morning. "Sereni-tea" for a lid with a knob. Liked this quote when I found it. "Sereni-tea" for a lid with no knob. This one I made up. Can't see it because of the knob but th
  2. The bee farm gift shop that sells my honey dippers also sells LOTS of loose leaf tea, I think she told me she stocks over 50 flavors. She wanted to know if I could make lids for those tea jars. They are much smaller version of the dipper lids but with no dipper. The lids these wrap are about 2-1/2" diameter and ideally I would just drill that with a forstner bit. I don't happen to own 2.5" forstner and didn't want to spend 40 bucks on speculation. It occurred to me that I have a 2.5" hole saw and I wondered if I could drill with that and then hollow out the center with a 2-1/8" forstner and sc
  3. Probably should've spent the day working on my demo but this was calling to me to finish it. I learned a lot on this one and hopefully the next one will be better. Sometimes my work really does look better in the dark Steve
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