Horse mailbox pattern
Amish horse & wagon craft pattern
Country Girl outline with baby chicks pattern
Man fishing with water outline pattern
Hunter with dog Golden Retriever craft outline
Hunter shooting running deer pattern
Milk bottle and chocolate cookie miniature made from wood
MINIATURE WOOD COLLECTIBLES OF MILK BOTTLES
Find the milk bottle and the apples online.
Cookie jar you can make with minimal cutting. Buy the tiny wood jar and paint it.
Cut a 1.5″ x 1.5″ wood square from 1/4″ birch. Glue a checkered pattern cloth on
the top of the wood. The ‘cookies’ are made by cutting a small wood dowel in tiny layers.
Then take a Sharpie marker and mark the chocolate chips. Paint the jar first -then glue
on the base with the cookies.———
Country Dog & Doghouse Miniature wood bowl is glued on front of Doghouse.
To get good contact – sand the bowl on one spot flat.
Glue a gold elastic string for dog leash.
There are no inside cuts -no drilling.
Schoolgirl has a miniature wood book glued to the desk after
it is painted.
A tiny wood apple is glued on top
of the school desk.
You can also insert a ‘pencil’ in
her hand making it from a toothpick or wood skewer.
WASH DAY MINIATURE SCROLL
Use jute string for pigtails. Glue ends of jute with Elmer’s glue.
Glue a piece of cloth or ribbon over the wash tub for towel.
small wood bowl, tiny spool for the toilet paper,
wooden book for the seat. Cut pattern back and side from 1/4″ luan birch.
FOR THE TOILET PAPER – USE GOLD ELASTIC STRING FOR AN ACCENT AS SHOWN.
Or LEAVE AS -IS. GLUE THE SPOOL FOR THE PAPER ONTO THE SIDE USING ELMER’S
GLUE. Wrap (glue) piece of ribbon around the spool for a -paper- look.
USE SHARPIE MARKER TO WRITE FOR DECORATION ON BACK OF THE CHAIR.
This chair says ” Potty Time”. Use can use acrylics and a tiny brush to add a
few green leaves and dots of color for flowers.
Here is a country boy pulling puppies in wagon. Glue gold elastic string to attached the two toghter.
The elastic string can be found in the jewelry making section of your favorite craft store.
This piece can be cut from 1/2″ or 3/4″ pine.
Below is a boy and cat fishing. Glue a toothpick for the fishing pole.
Use Sculpey clay to make a “fish”. Right click the outline to save on
your computer and size to suit your needs
More Country images -Available from Amazon:
Cowboy wood hanger single hook
Wood crow photo holder
Base for wood crow photo holder. After you cut the square, drill small hole in the center
(same size as small dowel). Use a stationery sander to make beveled edge as shown.
Crow Photo Holder Base
Details: length of small dowel is about 3″.
Dowel size – 1/8″. Base is 3/4″ wood. Watermelon and
crow is 1/2″ thick. These details are suggestions only. Use any thickness for wood if desired.
Extend the height of the dowel and use a thicker dowel for example.
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Watermelon craft painting outlineFree Chicken Hen & Chickees
Lady and Man at Dinner pattern
Country Woman Cooking to cut & paint
Country Wood Craft Plague.
Cut using poplar, oak, cherry or pine wood.
These can be made into coat racks or left just as they are
with a mirror glued on the back.
Cut a wood collectible scroll bird with only one continuous cut. No drilling – no kidding.
Cut from 1/4″ wood to make magnets. Cut from 3/4″ pine for a shelve sitter. Click on the outline pattern and right click to save on your computer. Size it any way you want and finish by painting with quality acrylic paints.
REMEMBER- RIGHT CLICK TO SAVE :
of any kind. Just note the outline cutting pattern; come back out the same way you went in to
cut beneath the legs. This pattern look best cut in 1/2″
thick wood. Note that a mini bowl is glued onto the back of the boy. You can add milk in the bowl by painting a dab white in the center. A really neat trick show ‘ water in the bowl’ when you glue the bowl on the back (use Elmer’s glue) and pour some glue in the bowl. When the glue dries – check it out – looks real!! Don’t forget the jute hair glued on top of the head. (Knot it first so it will hold-then glue the knot on the head) . lHere’s a cute old fashioned boot that has real lace up ties. Use 1/8″ ribbon to thread throught the holes. These are fun to make in all diferant colors. This pattern looks best in 3/4″ pine wood. You can also make this with 1/2″ for a magnet. We love Grandma. This little miniature with jute hair was a great seller of mine. There is a scrap of tiny check ribbon for her dishcloth. See side of wood piece where you poke a hole in the side where the hand is, drop some Elmer’s glue in the hole and poke the tip of the cloth inside. Wood pattern looks best cut from 1/2″ pine wood. Grampa coming soon…
This little country wood mouse is cut from 3/4″ pine wood. Poke a hole in the back-side to insert one end of a scrap of ribbon in the hole. Put a spot of glue using Elmer’s white glue.