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October 18, 2002

Nancy Lorber doesn't claim to be a professional artist, but by the looks of the walls in her home, you would think she is.

Lorber says stenciling has been one of her hobbies for a long time, which led her to come up with a new invention.

Even though the patent for this invention isn't in her hands, she says she hopes this project is a big success. Lorber wants the proceeds from the stenciling tray to go to help the Open Arms Association build a new home for foster children.

Lorber says she considers her home to be a little French country that no one wants to leave. She is still looking for a company to mass produce the stencil trays for customers to buy.

Posted at 7:30PM by Jocelyn.Maner@walb.com

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