With Remembrance Approaching...

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Of framing styles or techniques that rocked your boat, and also of those that didn't
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Smiffy
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With Remembrance Approaching...

Post by Smiffy » Sat 31 Oct, 2015 11:37 pm

Being an ex-serviceman, I like to make a meal out of this time of year... So, I had a little play with a set of my miniatures and poppies!

Here was the result.... I like it anyway!
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Re: With Remembrance Approaching...

Post by GeoSpectrum » Sun 01 Nov, 2015 9:12 am

I like it, then I'm and ex serviceman too. Could be good in the window or on website. Social media is full of exservicemen. Get posting.
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Re: With Remembrance Approaching...

Post by Smiffy » Sun 01 Nov, 2015 10:58 am

.....firmly on both, already! 8)

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