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    Love it! Looks great. What did you end up doing?

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    I love it, looks very neat.

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    awesome work

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    Thanks guys!

    Wobbleyhorse I just used permanent markers, they didn't run on the wood at all if I put a layer of varnish on it first. Once it was all done I put about 5 layers of a spray varnish on it so the numbers and lines won't rub off but I can easily mark the kids heights on it. Now just need to get a hook and hang it on the wall. 😊

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