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My Lame Attempt at Recreating those Bay Hill Tees

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That is an exquisite example of practicality meeting artistry and craftsmanship. Congratulations on a fine piece of work! 😃

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2 hours ago, leftybutnotPM said:

That is an exquisite example of practicality meeting artistry and craftsmanship. Congratulations on a fine piece of work! 😃

At first, because of the thread title, I thought he might be making Bay Hill tee blocks.

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22 minutes ago, Vinsk said:

Ok....Knitting, now this. @nevets88, what's going on?

Those are from Spring, the tees, when Bay Hill was being played. I still have some left.

 

1 hour ago, Double Mocha Man said:

Nevets... did they hire you to paint the Sanderson Farms PGA Tournament tee markers??? 😁

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Lol. Could be.

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Well I'll be at the API again in 2020. Gonna try and score some from the tent.

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@nevets88, what are you making next week? Tracey Island out of toilet roll tubes and sticky back plastic?. Blue Peter badge on its way :-P

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3 hours ago, David in FL said:

Someone has waaaaayyy too much time on his hands!

obviously the groups were backed up Saturday morning ! ☺

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I tried again for kicks. Getting better. Used electrical tape.

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6 hours ago, RussUK said:

@nevets88, what are you making next week? Tracey Island out of toilet roll tubes and sticky back plastic?. Blue Peter badge on its way :-P

Ha ha. That headcover is gonna take a long time judging from the short spurts of time I'm giving it. There is the creative element in some of my family. Guess I got some of that.

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