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Old 04-17-2008, 05:22
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I was going to make a glass cuting mat for my wood burner and I started looking into prices and I am totaly cheep. my brother said to just use a pyrex dish because it was heat resistat. but I did one better i bought a small glass cutting mat for veggies at walmart. it fits in my cookie sheet I love it and it was 3 bucks!
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Old 04-17-2008, 05:37
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I use a glass frame. one of those cheapies from michaels with the plastic black frames.
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That was a great deal. I bought a glass mat from Michaels.
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dollar store for $1.50 =)
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I have a glass cutting board. Had it for years and it was to bulky to use in the kitchen. Works GREAT for bows!
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I've always used a glass cutting board. Actually I was using the one from the kitchen, but recently I found a cheap smaller one.
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I use a circular glass topper for one of those cheap wooden tables. You can buy just the glass for about $5, but I am thinking of switching to something smaller- it's kind of bulky.
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I have a glass cutting board. Had it for years and it was to bulky to use in the kitchen. Works GREAT for bows!
Amber - meee toooo!!!!!! I had it stored in a cabinet on its side b/c it was totally worthless in the kitchen. No it stays planted on my desk ahem... bow area LOL for cutting!

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I use a circular glass topper for one of those cheap wooden tables. You can buy just the glass for about $5, but I am thinking of switching to something smaller- it's kind of bulky.
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I have a glass cutting board. Had it for years and it was to bulky to use in the kitchen. Works GREAT for bows!
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