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Old 03-11-2019, 02:36 PM
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I like putting them in lucites and then matte them.
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I like putting them in lucites and then matte them.
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Those always come out beautiful! My problem is a lack of wall space..I've filled up about every inch I could spare.

The binders suggested here worked great! I didn't really think of a plan to display before I started this project, but the binders do great until I decide what I want to do.
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Those always come out beautiful! My problem is a lack of wall space..I've filled up about every inch I could spare.

The binders suggested here worked great! I didn't really think of a plan to display before I started this project, but the binders do great until I decide what I want to do.
Time for a bigger house James!
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