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Saturday, December 24th 2005, 8:56am

Paper model as gift substitue!

Hi All...

If your Christmas present is too big, or heavy to wrap.... I built a paper model...and gave that.
Nathan wants a speaker system, but I would get the "wrong" one, for sure. So, I build a simple little model to wrap up and give with a gift certificate... then he can go and buy it himself.



Did the same thing last year with a deep freeze.



It sure saves wear and tear on my back!
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Saturday, December 24th 2005, 9:08am

That is so cute, Bill - very good idea for next year!

(You see, in most of our countries - I think - the day for handing out all those gifts is actually today, later this evening. We're more or less heading for the grandchildren right now...)

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Saturday, December 24th 2005, 10:51am

Bill,

That's a great idea! Do you know of a paper model of a lump of coal and a cold potato?

Merry Christmas,

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Saturday, December 24th 2005, 4:22pm

Good evening, Bill!

This is a very nice idea indeed - I hope, I remeber next year!

@Gil

Try, to do it with some tissues and color. :D

Merry Christmas from Vienna

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Saturday, December 24th 2005, 9:11pm

RE: Paper model as gift substitue!

Hi guys....

Of course this would work for ANY gift-giving occassion ... not just Christmas!

@ Gil.... that's the drawback..... You may not be able to find a ready made model... so, you might have to make your own. :D
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Sunday, December 25th 2005, 1:02pm

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Sunday, December 25th 2005, 2:14pm

RE: Paper model as gift substitue!

Hallo all..

By the way... if anyone wants the speaker model ... just email me.. it is about 800k PDF so it wont let me post here!

Gruss... Bill
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Sunday, December 25th 2005, 3:45pm

RE: Paper model as gift substitue!

Hallo zusammen,

klicke ich oben das Bild mit den Lautsprechern an, lande ich bei ImageShack... Hab ich jetzt was missverstanden?

Wundert sich,

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Sunday, December 25th 2005, 5:13pm

RE: Paper model as gift substitue!

Hallo Marc,

Yes, if you click on the picture, you just go to the site that the picture is served from. If you would like a PDF for the speakers, just send me your email address.

Hallo Marc. ja wenn Sie an die Abbildung klicken, gehen Sie gerade zum Aufstellungsort, daß die Abbildung von gedient wird. Wenn Sie ein pdf für die Lautsprecher möchten, schicken Sie mir Ihr email address einfach.

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