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Old 05-14-2014, 10:58 PM   #1
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I made this vase from the pattern in Carole's book on wooden bowls. Had fun making it and I dare say it turned out pretty good. I'm proud of it. I just love and will make a few more. . I had no problems this time with the angle drilling at all. Enjoy! Fay Sorry the pictures are kind of dark but there is no light in here.....
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Very nicely done Fay. Now you need to make some wooden flowers to go in it. Here is a pattern by Steve Good for one.
http://www.stevedgood.com/flower.pdf

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I think I will put some silk flowers in it...Fay
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Well done Fay!
You have come a long way in a short time.
Your vase looks great!
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Thank you for the nice words every one. It was so funny last night I was in my room watching t v while giving this vase a nice polishing and fell asleep and then later woke up and that vase was still in my arms! It got kind of hot in the shop and I think I left that small fan on in there during the night. Well going down in a few minutes to work on my Noah's Ark project. Just have more animals to cut out.... Fay
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That vase is lovely, Fay. Keep up the great work.
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the vase are nice, tell me how you did the inside
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Great looking vase Fay. How many boards did you end up using to make it?
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I tried to post an answer to Ray's and Larry's questions but I was signed in ands it would not let me post.. any way... It's two bowls cut out and one with the bottom and one with out. you sand t he inside of both and glue the bottom to one bowl only. The other bowl is turned upside down and glued to the top of the first bowl and no bottom glued on as this part is part of the neck . It took 2 or 3 8" by 8" pieces of wood to make this vase. So you sand the inside of both bowls before gluing them together. I did the outsides later before putting the neck on. Fay
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I tried to post an answer to Ray's and Larry's questions but I was signed in ands it would not let me post.. any way... It's two bowls cut out and one with the bottom and one with out. you sand t he inside of both and glue the bottom to one bowl only. The other bowl is turned upside down and glued to the top of the first bowl and no bottom glued on as this part is part of the neck . It took 2 or 3 8" by 8" pieces of wood to make this vase. So you sand the inside of both bowls before gluing them together. I did the outsides later before putting the neck on. Fay


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