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Woodcarving Illustrated Issue 61 Holiday 2012

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Woodcarving Illustrated Magazine Issue #61
TECHNIQUES Carving and Printing a Christmas Card By Dan Clarke Use traditional woodblock printing to turn your carving into a card Easy Dogs for Beginning Carvers By Mary Duke Guldan Use craft knives to carve these basic versions of man’s best friend Painting Your Carvings By Virginia Kodadek Learn techniques you can apply to any carving Convertible Shaving Horse By Laverne “Sid” Sidler Portable bench changes from shaving horse to carving bench PROJECTS Checking the List By Ellis Olson Use basic relief cuts and simple shaping to carve a folk art Santa Carving a Spiral Bulb Ornament By Lyle Morgan Any carver can make this complex-looking ornament Carving a Sleepy Wolf By Desiree Hajny Carve, burn, and paint to create a realistic wildlife sculpture Folk Art Angel By Gerald Smith Simple carving can be used as an ornament, pin, or pendant Joyful Santa Plaque By Bob Biermann Incised relief design celebrates the joy of the season Whittling Moravian Star Ornaments By Jody Sebring Use one knife and simple geometry to carve stars in various sizes Peaceful Village Wreath By Betty Padden Carve individual pieces and glue them together for a dramatic presentation Old World Father Christmas By Dave Francis Cozy-looking carving carries symbols of Christmas Segmented Snowman Ornament By Sandy Smith Simple joints help this snowman dance Carving a Holly Spoon By Glenn Stewart Simple painting highlights the attractive design Springerle Ornaments By John Niggemeyer Festive designs resemble traditional German Christmas cookies
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