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    Did a little trimming on the river birch in my yard and decided I needed to make use of some of the wood. The limb was too small to carve anything significant, but I did get enough to carve out a couple of small eatin' spoons. The bowl on this one ended up getting carved down more than I wanted (I like to eat!) so I told my youngest son he could have it.


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    [QUOTE=jonathan creason;2231010]Did a little trimming on the river birch in my yard and decided I needed to make use of some of the wood. The limb was too small to carve anything significant, but I did get enough to carve out a couple of small eatin' spoons. The bowl on this one ended up getting carved down more than I wanted (I like to eat!) so I told my youngest son he could have it.

    Looks great!

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    Default Nice job

    That's a nice looking spoon. Good job.
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