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Old 07-06-2010, 09:43 PM
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The canvas on the patio umbrella finally tore so we got a new one. The ribs are some kind of hardwood, not very hard and grainy. So I saved the wood and carved this little 2" rabbit. A friend wants me to carve one for her and drill a hole in the bottom so she can put it on the end of her pen.
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Cute little bunny

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Nice lil bunny there, Ron. What wood is that?
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Nice looking bunny Ron I may try and do one similar. I have some small pieces of wood like that and fits your discription. You think maybe a low grade butternut or mahogany. (just a guess)
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Old 07-07-2010, 11:58 AM
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Your rabbit is adorable Ron! Found wood is everywhere!
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Jim, I'm not sure what kind of wood it is but it seems like a cheap Mahogany.
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Ron this is cute as can be! What a great idea. Well done...
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Very cute Ron, a keeper for sure. Kudos to you for saving something as common as an umbrella support. Joe.
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Hi Ron, Surprising what a piece of found wood can do for your imagination. Good job my friend. Merle
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Ahh, your rabbit is just precious, great idea and fantastic carving.
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