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    I agree ! It’s very easy to make a template of a plaque, similar to the picture, and cut it out of pine. A router does a good job of finishing the plaque. Some stain and varnish and it’s done..

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    I also don’t like the driftwood but the rest looks great. I wonder if a small piece of birch would fit better?
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    Light wood pine light cedar stain or dark wood
    I have router just donít like working with wood

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    Ya, not a fan of that wood piece either.... Looking forward to seeing the finish. Sure it will look great
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    Its coming along but I agree with the rest. Ditch the drift wood
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    I wouldn't toss out the driftwood just yet, if you have the tools you could cut it to shape, flatten the face then sand and polish it, never know how it may come out with the colour variations.

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    Try two


    Iím not a wood worker guys so give me honest ideas Iíll try
    No imagination either lol

    Last edited by js4fn; June 12th, 2020 at 11:46 AM.

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    That looks better.
    I would of rounded the bottom like the top.
    Shell across on angle in top portion?
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    What I want to do is to put it in shallow wood box with glass cover it will be hanging in my shop



    This being background wood. Up and down or crossways crossways gives benefit of having slats at back that will fit in ribs of interior barn siding and to hold bead board together

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    I have placed a picture on one of my displays, it looks pretty good....Just something else to think about

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