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Deer Scroll Saw Scene
Rooster Craft Pattern
Wood crow photo holder craft pattern Country Wood Crow photo holder 3″ h x 4″ h. Not including the wire holder. ~Use black craft wire and twirl a small circle and glue into the center of the crow as shown. 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.
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.
Watermelon Crow Photo Holder craft project
Insert wood dowel & curled wire
Base of the photo holder & watermelon painting outline
Horse Craft Pattern
Busy Bee Saw Pattern
Bird with Babies in Nest Pattern
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
Boy & Puppy Pattern
Victorian Horse Saw Pattern
Saw Pattern for Spring Bird and Babies
Country Boy and his little dog. You can cut the tiny dog without drilling 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) .