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  1. Patriot Eagle

    Here are a few more burnings I have finished lately. there are a few of them that means a lot to me. I hope yopu enjoy them. More will come later
  2. The Roadster Project

    Cherry Roadster. For the wheels, I took pre-packaged toy wheels, and stacked them in the drill press on a drill bit (I don't have a lathe yet) and turned on the press, and took a propane blowtorch to them. Worked better than I expected, and I will do this from now on when using the pre-made...
  3. Wedding/Bridesmaid Commission

    My wife's close friend is gettin' hitched. She saw something like this on that devil-site pintrest. She started asking around and everyone wanted to charge her 200+ for it to be laser engraved. So, she asked me to do it instead. It made a great opportunity for us to give it as a wedding...
  4. Wolves in Hiding

    It's been a while since I last posted, but I wanted to share this with you all. I did this wood burning because I have always loved wolves. You may be aware of the Special Interest Publication connected with the Woodcarving Magazine from Fox Chapel Publishing. I did an artical for this...
  5. Caricature Carvings - "Jeffrey got a Bite"

    Upfront - for the sculpture work I'm going to post here I'll make it very clear in the first line. My father, Master Craftsman Stanley D. Saperstein is the whittler and sculpture. He enjoys doing folk art carvings in his retirement, that is when I dismiss him for the afternoon from his duties as...
  6. A Mothers Fortitude

    11×14 Solid 3/4" Pine. Image burned on with my Detail Master. Wanted to do a picture that told a story. I wrote more about it on my web site. SilverFoxArt.com in the galleries if you click on the thumbnail of this picture it will talk about it a bit.
  7. Black Swans Music Box

    Hi Everyone! Here is another box that my husband built for me out of poplar wood and stained it with Early American. I wood burned the Black Swans on the top and the music tune is Swan Lake. Thank you for looking. Danette "Keep burning and learning © ™" Danette (aka Dannie) Smith...
  8. Jewelry Box with a secret lock system.

    Material: Maple Techniques used: wood carving, relief, pyrography, wood painting, carpentry. Height: 19 cm, Length: 30 cm, Width: 20 cm. Was given to my loved life partner as a birthday gift.
  9. Music Box for baby

    Hi…this is another music box my husband made for me. Wood used was Poplar, stained with Early American. Plays the tune Rock-A-Bye-Baby. I wood burned the design for the top of the box. Thanks for looking. Danette "Keep burning and learning © ™" Danette (aka Dannie) Smith Pyrographic Artist...
  10. A Cause for Walking Sticks

    Earlier this year my father's cousin Michael sent us some information about a former Army Ranger, Rory Fanning, who decided to take time out of his life to walk clear across the US to raise funds for The Pat Tillman Foundation. Rory's quest is personal, he served with Tillman, and the two were...
  11. First Portrait

    Since taking up pyrography I have not done any wood turning. I will get back to it eventually. I wanted to try doing a portrait and what better subject for my first one than myself? My daughter recently took a good picture of me while I was holding my first great grandson. I decided to use this...
  12. Ladder Plant Stand

    This is small ladder/plant stand I made from Pine. It was painted to hold up better to the weather. The chair in the background of the second picture that is painted the same color was saved from the local dump and brought back to life. Just for a plant to sit on it. Here is s a link to the...
  13. North Dakota Shaped Cribbage Board

    This is my first kind of show worthy project. A lot of learning on this project. It is made of 6/4 rough cut yellow birch and 1/4 yellow birch back. My brother asked me for a cribbage board in the shape of North Dakota for Christmas (our home state, good thing we didn't come from Alaska!). I...
  14. Winona Lake Community Colaboration

    I am spending this weekend at an art fair at Winona Lake, Indiana, and brought this bowl with me to burn. I started today at 8 in the morning and finally finished it at 6 this evening. This is a pretty special bowl. I let the kids who came by the booth help a little, and had them sign the...
  15. Walnut and Hard Maple Tealight Candle Holder

    I made this tealight candle holder a few weeks ago out of walnut and hard maple, but it sat unfinished down in the basement. A couple of days ago, my wife was getting ready to send a 10th wedding anniversary card to some friends of ours out in Michigan. I said if she could wait an extra day, I...
  16. Maple christmas tree ornaments with pyrography

    These ornaments are easy to make using the most basic wood burning iron. Maple is light in color to help show off the images. You could make them round or any other shape that you like. These are about 1 3/4×2 1/4×1/4.
  17. Mothers day Pallet wood project

    Hey fellow LJ's, this is my first project post and Im pretty happy with the way it turned out. I do have a few questions tho and hope you guys could help me out. First off this is what I made for my wife for mothers day its kind of a spice box/ trinket box, really whatever she wants to use it...
  18. Portrait of Megan

    Hi Everyone! Here is the original Photo of Megan along with the framed version of her. Megan's grandfather is a woodworker and he built the frame for it. I wrote a tutorial blog of how I wood burned her portrait. Hugs…Danette
  19. Lizard Staff

    This Lizard is made out of a limb from my orange tree which I cut down and had sitting around my shop. I couldn't decide on what to make out of it until I saw a lizard cane made by "mpounders" He inspired me to try one of my own. My lizard is on a 5 foot staff and measures 13.5" nose to tail...
  20. Pirate duck

    The lines must be rectified.After that i hope to incorporate this board in my nephew chest.
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