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    Default Signature item

    As I've seen a few items in caches (mainly business cards) we thought we'd add our own.
    32mm sycamore discs, one design on each side, varnished once we work out a tidy way of doing it (maybe waxing would be a better option?)

    the wooden block is designed (badly, by me) to hold the discs and stamp in position, without it ...erm....questionable results


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    They look really nice, Frosty.

    I collect sig items from caches, but often it isn't obvious that something is a sig item.

    My favourite so far is one of the Blorenge's Oranges.
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    Thanks, Caz.
    Hopefully people will realise that they're welcome to take these if they like. nowhere near as nice as some of the things I've seen on the forums though.
    blorenges oranges?

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    They look nice.

    This is a Blorenge orange - The Blorenges signature item.

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    Cool

    As a joiner, I love anything involving timer. Maybe we could join forces. I'll make the blocks and you can do the stamps

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    wow -that orange is really good!

    munkiboi, my block might not be great , but it's working for now Stamps were bought through ebay, about a tenner each delivered.
    I know where there is an unused pillar drill, so I might have to "liberate" that once I've run out of these (did have a go using a cordless and some ply... obvious lesson really quickly learnt hmy: )

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