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Old 10-04-2011, 01:40 AM   #1
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Default My first compund cut bird houses and a deer

there fun to cut, I still have to make the dirds the wood is wallnut. I used pine for the deer he's 3/4 x2 x21/2 ". Lance
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Two more picture's of deer.
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Nice work, they are fun to cut and can become very addictive. Hope to see the birds when cut.
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Great job, they are fun to make.
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Very nice! They are fun to cut, aren't they? Do you mind me asking where you got the deer pattern? I love it!
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Sweeeet cuts Lance, love the deer too.
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Very nicely done. Welcome to the addictive world of miniature birdhouse cutting. Looking forward to seeing more of your work and like Anneh would like to know where you got the deer pattern. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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I got the reindeer here. 3-D scrollsaw reindeer pattern
I shorten the neck so it wloud be less likely to break. I used two 3/4 " plne glued togrther.
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Thanks a bunch for the reindeer link Fireglass, something tells me we will have enough to fill all the birdhouses around here............
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Lance,

Welcome to the birdhouse addiction! The reindeer is really cute! Thanks for the link. Gotta cut some of those, for sure!

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