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  1. Holly Candle Tray Holder

    This Candle Holder Tray is the sixth in my series of seasonal Candle Tray and Charms Sets. I decided to do a 'negative' type of scroll saw design, where the design is removed from the wood rather than left behind. This allows you make a very intricate piece without worrying too much about...
  2. Christmas Ornaments 3 of ??

    Here are 3 More Ornaments that I have Previously done. Sorry for not posting more projects, I've been setting up my Workshop blog and getting ready for a Live Cast, if anyone is interested, please check it out in my Blog here on LJ I give the info of where and when. Tech Specs: Materials...
  3. House for a Carpenter

    Our (store bought) nativity set was lost when my house flooded. I think this new one in mesquite works better anyhow! Teak oil finish.
  4. Artist Box

    I saw this idea on Lumberjocks and thought it would be a great project to make for a friend. Something that is fairly compact that she can take around and setup to paint when she feels inspired. The box is actually made of poplar. I chose poplar simply because I like the look of it, its easy...
  5. Bat Pillar Candle Holder, Tea Light Holders and Place Card Holders

    This is a fun and easy scroll saw pattern set that I created for the Halloween season. The large pillar candle holder is made from 1/4" birch plywood and slotted to fit together to form the bat-shaped base. I then scrolled the 'rail' around the candle table out of 1/8" plywood in cute moon...
  6. Holiday Door decorating contest at our school

    Here is my woodworking classes' entry into our schools door decorating contest. We have an unfair advantage that I will exploit to win (anything to win is almost my motto). We are an outbuilding that was connected last year by a corridor, most of the doors in the school open up into the...
  7. Adirondack Chairs

    Wanted a couple adirondack chairs to relax in this summer, so found the popular mechanics plans on the web and chose to build them, along with the side table. I chose cedar and put 6 coats of spar urethane on them, so hopefully they will stand up to the years of weather on them. I also got a...
  8. Jointed Santa

    This Santa is jointed to make it easy for you to pose him with your holiday decorations. He is wearing his red long johns and is just waiting for the elves to load up his sleigh for the December 24th ride. He was carved from my own pattern and was both hand carved and machine carved.
  9. "Slainte" Irish Word Art

    I love cutting word art and lettering. Last year I decided to create these word pieces that spell "Slainte" which is translated to "health." With the upcoming St. Patrick's Day celebrations, I thought they would be appropriate. The words are cut from 3/4" maple and 3/4" poplar. The maple...
  10. Spooky Scrolled Halloween Keys and Ornaments

    I really enjoyed designing these two sets of Halloween ornaments. They are fun to scroll and can be used in so many ways to decorate for the upcoming Halloween season. I left a set of natural maple, and I stack cut them with a layer of birch plywood underneath so I got two sets in the time it...
  11. Candy cane and Santa hat bowl

    Just finished these for my next craft show. Made from bloodwood and hard maple. Great for the upcoming holidays. Although I am looking for sources for more of Whittier maple. When applying the mineral oil it darkens the maple a bit to an Amber hue
  12. Fiona Cat Wooden Pull Toy Replica

    I realized that I have been sorely neglecting my Project Gallery. It seems that I never remember to upload my projects anymore. Most of the time I mention or show pictures of them in my daily blog, but then I forget to put them here. I plan to try to catch up and post some of my favorite...
  13. Pallet Skeleton Halloween Decoration

    Last weekend I did my second halloween decoration of the year and made this neat little skeleton from free pallet wood. I had some soft 3/4 pieces of old pallet wood lying around, after gluing on a pattern I made up on photoshop I cut all the pieces out on the scroll saw. Did some fine detailing...
  14. Football cheese and cracker board

    Just completed this cheese and cracker board. Made from Cherry and hard maple. It's about 8 1/2 by 14. I modified my design to rout out areas for the cheese and crackers to go. You don't have to do this but I think it's better. I sell these for 45.00
  15. Traditional Embellished Scrollsawn Ornaments

    As usual, I am way behind with posting projects in my gallery here. But I am trying to catch up as best as I can. This is a set of 12 Christmas ornaments that I designed. I was inspired by the beautiful glass ornaments that my grandmother had on her tree, and I based the outside of the shapes...
  16. Halloween Planter Coffin

    Hey Everyone! Another weekend = Halloween Decoration #4 Heading into this weekend I had no idea what to create. When I made the skeleton I though of building a little coffin for him but decided against it, I guess the coffin idea stuck. I went out into the shed this morning and just started...
  17. Santa in July?

    It's 104 degrees in my shop, and I'm cutting on a Santa? just doesn't seem right! Well this year I decided to get started early on Christmas gift's, getting tired of the last minute rush to finish projects. It was cut out of 1/8" Baltic Birch Ply and I stack cut three at one time. Well I hope...
  18. Building Blocks for Christmas

    First of several holiday projects completed. I've always wanted to make a set of blocks but when my kids were young I didn't have the tools and then never a reason to as they got older. Well now there's a granddaughter and I thought why not. I worked on these while other projects being worked...
  19. Dashing Through the Snow Scroll Sawn Sleigh Ornaments

    I really loved creating these little scroll sawn sleigh ornaments. In looking for "antique sleighs" for reference, I saw literally hundreds of beautiful and flowing designs. It really made me want to go out an find a real antique sleigh! (But where would I put it if I did!) I wanted to make the...
  20. 2020 Christmas Ornament

    My family has a tradition where every year we each get an ornament to commemorate something important that happened to us throughout the year. An example: the year I got my driver's license the ornament for me was a car. This year I used my CNC to make a collective ornament for everyone in the...
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