Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts Issue 45 Holiday 2011
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Inside this issue of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts you'll find 63 Full-size Patterns, Child-Safe Finishes with Natural Dyes, and Inlay Trinket Box and ornaments galore!
FEATURES Gifts for Scrollers A handy guide to popular gifts for the woodworkers on your list Making an Inlaid Ladybug Box By Kip Travis Easy techniques produce an attractive and functional keepsake box Create a set of Saluting Ornaments By Ruth Chopp Adorable uniformed figures are easy to make and fun to display PATTERNS Simple Snowflake Ornaments By Gloria Cosgrove Use these versatile designs as decorations or coasters Cheery Songbird Ornaments By Kathy Wise Intarsia ornaments will be the stars of your tree Christmas Jubilee Ornaments By Alison Tanner Detailed geometric designs showcase your scrolling skills Building a Holiday Luminary By Gloria Cosgrove Flickering candlelight highlights the delicate fretwork designs Woodimal Horse Puzzle By Jim Sweet Spell the animal’s name to assemble this whimsical freestanding puzzle Intricate Filigree Cross By Sue Mey Elegant design is a stunning symbol of faith Intarsia Guitar Collage By Dan Eklund Showcase the beauty of these realistic instruments with natural hardwoods Easy Fretwork Ornaments By Dale Helgerson Traditional designs make lovely holiday gifts Victorian Fretwork Picture Frame By John A. Nelson Tabletop design dresses up your favorite photo Craft a Nostalgic Climbing Santa By Jim Moss Pull the strings to make Santa climb up to the roof Elegant Word Art By Leldon Maxcy Express yourself with timeless quotes preserved in wood Using Natural Finishes By Erin Freuchtel-Dearing Make fun kid-safe toys with natural dyes and polishes Making a Menorah in Wood By Donald Horgan Custom Hanukkah candleholder features a drawer to store the wooden flames Cut and Paint a Colorful Snowmen Puzzle By Louis Paparo Multiple layers add fun to this easy-to-make tray puzzle Build a Gingerbread Candle Box By Sue Mey Festive box is easy to cut and paint Making Mini Pocket Cars By Paul Meisel Colorful toys are simple to cut and easy to assemble
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|Author||Editors Of Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts|
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