In the latter part of 2016 we made some primitive angels. Now its time to make some more. With no more pallets boards handy, I gathered some blue denim pine that’s been drying in the shop from the trees we cleared in the summer 2016.
You would think it was the interrogation of a tree. The glow of the spot light, high intensity on its subject. But there’s a wacky reason why. View the video to see why.
This afternoon I took the time to upgrade some of the wood maps that I have here. By upgrade I mean mounted on a board, lined with cloth tartan and placed in a rustic frame.
Continue reading Getting framed in the workshop
There are a number of ways to cut away detailed wooden map coastlines. To start, one of the traditional ways is to take your paper pattern and trace it onto the wood surface, then start cutting.
We have revised our downloadable pattern for the Christmas Candle Ornament. Probably the safest way to burn a candle on the Christmas tree.
Here we have another 3D layered project we retrieved from our archives. The pattern has been updated to todays PDF standards with clean, crisp line to follow with your scrollsaw blade. Or make it as a flat one piece project. Purchase in our online store, download the plan and you can be cutting in minutes.
Here we have Santa, this layered pattern we dug out of our archives and revised the PDF to today’s standards.