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Project by TurnTurnTurn posted 12-24-2009 10:55 PM 1745 views 5 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Just thought I would toss a sampling of my Wine Stoppers out here. All are finished with Tru-Oil. 3 of these are made of Kingwood. I love Kingwood, it is not only beautiful, but also very easy to work with.

-- TurnTurnTurn





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lew

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#1 posted 12-24-2009 11:17 PM

Beautiful!!

Really like the pattern on the first one!

-- Lew- Time traveler. Purveyor of the Universe's finest custom rolling pins.

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#2 posted 12-25-2009 01:59 AM

these look great, nice job!
I have to agree with lew, the lamintation and coloring of the first is my favorite.

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#3 posted 12-25-2009 06:29 AM

Fantastic stoppers! Love all the shapres and colors. Kinda have to agree though, that first one is stunning.

Lots of nice shapes and ideas.

Keep it up.

Scrappy

-- Scrap Wood's the best...the projects are smaller, and so is the mess!

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#4 posted 12-25-2009 01:15 PM

I like the stoppers with the medallions in the ends…...... I don’t like the ones with a point. hard on the hand….. Wood looks great…..... Just my opinion

-- Brian, Ontario Canada,

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#5 posted 12-25-2009 08:14 PM

The medallions in the ends make a really nice finishing touch, especially good with glossy wood. The photography layout is a nice idea, too.

-- Every project is a learning opportunity, every error a design opportunity

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Don Butler

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#6 posted 07-02-2010 02:15 PM

Not only do I like the woodworking, but you’re doing pretty well in the photography, too.
I think you must be using a light tent sort of thing for this latest picture. It looks good, showing the stopper very well.
I notice, too, the glassware is overexposed, so the eye is drawn to the woodworking. Maybe that wasn’t intentional, but its working for you.

I think all of us who wish to show our work in photos owe it to ourselves to learn as much as we can about the science and art of photography.

Keep up the good work.
Congratulations.

Don

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