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Last of the 2016 Christmas presents- unless I forgot someone! Some kitchen scoops for the nurses at my doctor's office.

Turned from maple and walnut. Finished with hot bee's wax and mineral oil. About 6" long and 2.5" in diameter (none are identical). The one on the bottom right is butternut and was the prototype.

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Nice selection of scoops !!!
 

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Very very nice.
Are the handles turned separately?

Steve
 

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Good looking scoops Lew!
 

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to me scoops look like master made it
neat idea for gifts
You have a big heart
 

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really like the scoops, looks good, been wanting to try making some of them.
 

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Quite impressive scoops, awesome gifts.
 

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Beautiful work Lew.
 

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some very nice looking Christmas presents …..... the nurse's should be very happy …........ GREAT JOB
 

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Hand made gifts always have a special meaning as a gift Lew, very nice set they will go down a treat
cheers
Pete
 

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Great group of scoops, Lew. Someones will be getting top shelf Christmas gifts!!

Cheers, Jim
 

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GREAT !
 

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Nice idea, Lew. Practical as well.

Just got back from Minnesota, there for a brother-in-laws surgery and tacked on a good visit with my oldest daughter and family. Getting cold here, heading below zero. Brrrrr.
 

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Hi Lew,
Lucky people arround you.
Really fine work on these and all with different personality.
Best thoughts,
Mads
 

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Well done Lew! How about a blog on how to do that?

- Paul
Yes, please! Sweet little scoops!
 

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I like them so much I think I might give one a try, today in fact.
 

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Absolutely beautiful Great job buddy
 
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