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Old 05-28-2011, 06:28 PM
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If you drilled a hole into the wood mount, you could insert of dowel into it and then glue it into place with wood glue and and further secure it with a few penny nails.
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You could also wood glue a couple of wood blocks together to make a handle. I know I'd want my handle high/long enough to not be smashing fingernails or tips while pounding.

FYI...a good texturing tool for metal, chip board, wood etc is the metal tracing wheel Stacy shows in her tutorial on paper quilting. I've used mine on metal for years. It not only makes a nice stitch line it can also make a nice stippled background effect.
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