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Old 11-17-2011, 09:41 AM   #1
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Pattern by Sheila Landry. Cut from 1/8 BB stained a golden oak. The frosted window inserts are sanded plexiglass. Finished with a satin lacquer. The light source is an battery powered votive candle.
Sorry about the quality of the dark shots it is hard to hold still enough to get clear pictures without a tripod.


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Old 11-17-2011, 10:57 AM   #2
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very nice DW. I was considering doint that one, bought it but haven't cut it yet. That looks so good I'm going to have to now! Don
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Nice work DW. where did you get the pattern from, is it from a scrollsaw mag.

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Nice work DW. where did you get the pattern from, is it from a scrollsaw mag.

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It came from Sheila Landry's website - Scroll Saw Patterns. She has many many great designs to choose from.

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Just gorgeous DW.
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That looks very nice DW...looks like a pretty simple cut job....did you stack cut a few of them?
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That looks very nice DW...looks like a pretty simple cut job....did you stack cut a few of them?
Nope I only cut the one. Did not think to do that to tell you the truth

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