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  1. Getting Ready for my Winter Show

    So i was accepted into my first craft show (first time applying, it was a juried show and i got in). So my plan is to make around 100 intarsia ornaments for this show… Not to mention a couple of kaleidoscopes, a few cutting boards, 8 photo frames, some wine stoppers, and a few bandsaw boxes...
  2. 2016 Christmas Ornaments

    My annual Christmas ornaments. Made these from a pattern from Steve Good. 1/4" Cherry.
  3. Christmas Nativity Scenes

    These are a series of Christmas Nativity scenes that I made for my upcoming Christmas craft show. They are made of oak, measure about 3.5 inches wide by 5 inches tall, and are extremly detailed. Seems like I have cut about a million little tiny shepards hooks in the past several weeks. They are...
  4. *update* on Christmas ornaments (up to 85 now)

    So here are 85 ornaments, shaped and most of them (like 90-95%) all have their backings glued on (i think just the moose and a cardinal or two don't). I have 9 other ornaments i need to shape which brings my total to 94. If I am feeling well tonight I will go to the woodshop and see if I can...
  5. Copper Plating and Forming Station

    This is an electroplating / electroforming station I built to allow me to copper plate wood turnings and other things I make in my shop. The station has built-in LED lighting and a built-in, variable speed fan. The work area is enclosed on three sides and the top to contain any gases and so...
  6. 100 Holiday Ornaments!

    I completed the last of the ornaments this morning and they were delivered this afternoon. Looking forward to seeing them on display. They will be sold at the gift shop during the Winter Walk of Lights. Picture 6 shows a very small sample of the show. This was a fun project and it gave me a...
  7. 3D reindeer revisted

    Family members loved my little 3D reindeer ornaments so I grabbed some lumber and started cutting again. I ended up with 3 complete complete sets and some extras. I have the extras in the last photo, I attached a red nose to all of these, and on the 3 complete sets I attached black noses and...
  8. Nutcracker Christmas Ornaments

    Nutcracker Christmas ornaments made for Christmas 2017. All ornaments were painted like the rat king photo.
  9. Star Ornaments

    Here are a few star ornaments that I made. They are not too hard to make and they make good gifts.
  10. Christmas ornaments

    These are three ornaments I made for our turning club's annual Christmas ornament sale. The ornament on the left and right are walnuts that I mounted between home made mandrels and turned down just enough to expose the meat cavities. The walnut is then glued to a turned top and a turned finial...
  11. Musical Instrument Cherry Scroll Saw Ornament Set

    This is a new set of ornaments that I designed. There are 10 pieces in the set. They are various musical instruments with Christmas holly and bow decorations. I cut them of 1/8" cherry and finished them with mineral oil. The second set was cut from 1/8" Baltic birch plywood and was stack cut...
  12. My first set of Christmas ornaments

    This sett was made on a mini Jet lathe my friend sold me after he got his new one. I have a lot to learn about turning but am happy about how these turned out.
  13. Misc Holiday Scrollworking

    While I had a very small amount of idle time last week, I tried to keep my Scrolling "Chops" tuned by doing a bunch of smaller projects - most of which I gave out as Holiday gifts. Pic 2 - Closeup of my scrolled Reindeer - he is WAY cute and was given to my Mother-in-Law. Pic 3 - The group of...
  14. Christmas Ornaments, compound cut on scroll saw

    This pattern was on the cover of Holiday 2013 Scrollsaw Woodworking & Crafts. I never tried a compound cut before, but was always amazed at seeing those reindeer cut out so fast at the woodworking shows. Also, some of the great chess sets posted here as well gave me inspiration to try these...
  15. Chip Carved Christmas Ornaments

    Shown are some of the many chip carved ornaments I've done over the years that were hung on the tree today. I started in the early 1980's and have carved a new pattern almost every year since then. Do you carve ornaments each year? How about sharing some pictures?
  16. Christmas Ornaments 2018

    Again for Christmas the Wood Buddies decided to create ornaments for all family members. This year it is Candy Cane ornaments We used 1/8" x 4" x 12" prefinished single ply Alder from www.laserbits.com. Then we used a Candy Cane graphic from their old holiday CD. Family members' first names...
  17. My first EVER! little lathed angel!

    Ok I can hardly keep my excitement down here folks! I did my first angel today---on the LATHE! Course it took me forever..you don't want to know…but I was making sure I was doing it all right. I need to make more as these are going to have names on them for the grandaughers..the grandsons will...
  18. Bear paws for Boyscouts

    These are a special order for a troop of Boy Scouts in PA. Their leader wanted the course number engraved, so I learned how to engrave and wood burn.
  19. Ornaments for a Teacher

    A teacher frined of mine needed some Christmas presents for her students. Now the school gave her a very limited budget so after lots of searching she was at her roads end. I heard of the problem and said, "let me help". I mande the little (3 inches across) navitity ornaments and will only...
  20. One Major Successful Craft Show

    This is the major arts and crafts show that I was in today. Our booth was sponsered by the Crafters Co-OP that 57 local crafters belong to. They also have a store front where we can sell the crafts we make. It seems to have been a major success but all sales will be processed by the store that...
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