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post #1 of 7 Old 10-02-2009, 08:25 PM Thread Starter
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hey there well I just finished this toothpick holder last night. I was able to go down to the shop and decided to make this. just something small. I used the HUT PPP. I liked the way it works.
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Domonic,
The key chain items are fun to make and make great gifts, especially with Christmas coming up.
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hey mike o ya it would make a good gift but i dont have anyone to give it to yet. i will find someone. are you making anything for xmas?
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Nice grain

That looks great. The smaller projects are a blast to make and a great way to use up scrap wood. Nice job. If you are looking for someone to give it to, I know a guy in Canada who uses toothpicks.
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Dominic, that is really nice. I have made a couple of those and they are always a hit. Keep em coming.

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Domonic,
I am sure you can find somebody to give one to. I come from a large family, so I have to watch when I give stuff away, because eventually they all find out. One of the items I have made the last couple of years that goes over big with the women is a perfume pen. They are fun to make and the girls really like them. I will be making some peppermills soon. I usually give a few away for Christmas.
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Domonic, looks great, I agree with Mike great for Christmas gifts. Jeff

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