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kstano83

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My second craft show. My bad I only took 2 pictures. 
I did pretty well and managed to sell 3 sets of Animal pals that also was the best seller.

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Well done look forward to you next one.[wave]
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What other toys did you have, and if you don't mind me asking, where was the market.  The toys look really great.

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I live in Slovakia (Europe) and the show was in a small city near by me.
Apart from the Animal pals I was selling these puzzles:
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You have done amazingly precision scrolling here. And the photos are very well done. I am inspired by your work to start making more stacking puzzles. Well done and hello to Slovakia!
kstano83

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Thank you John. Your words mean a lot to me and I can´t wait for your new plans. 
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Well done kstano83!

If I remember rightly, when we first "met" on this and another site, you wanted to get into selling toys at shows, no? So well done, entirely through your own efforts you've achieved exactly that - those toys look like a really nice cutting job.

Well done Sir!

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Thanks AES. And yes, this is my dream come true. I have been to several craft shows and I´ve sold plenty of puzzles online. I still remember how I was "crying" over how tough scrolling is and I wanted to return my scroll saw 😃. I find smooth cuts easy, but I lack in tight turns that many people cutting thin plywood master. Still a lot to learn...
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the precision you cut the pieces is amazing, well done! have you tried to build a frame around it? 
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