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I drew inspiration for this non-wilting flower from Harry's projects, he has made many, I have made One; and I was graciously given a length of wood, which I used a piece of for the-Tulip from another fellow Lumberjock. PASs- when we met at a craft show almost 2 years ago.
Species unknown; as you might know PASs has several Beautiful projects made from Dunnage, which this came from: I think he has since identified some of this stuff. -- Nice colors and nice to turn, maybe it came from one of those -Tulip tree?

Finished Tulip with a little Mineral oil & Beeswax- One coat of Poly wiped on the vase & twig just to clean it up.

Woods; Elm twig, Crape Myrtle, & Tulip tree??



Thanks for looking!

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Good idea, great use of a branch for the stem, natural.
 

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Interesting I might make one.
 

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Cool, I like it.
 

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Sweet.
That is some good turning with those thin walls.
I like the bent out tips of the petals.

Steve
 

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Thanks for the comments Guys.
And Thank you for the wood Pete.
 

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Thanks Nick for showing us this wonderful vase and tulip. It is very unique. The wood grains stand out.
-don
 
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