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Old 06-09-2014, 08:23 PM   #1
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Default Shell and Fairy Garden Village ( WIP )

Here are my latest projects.

The shell is the normal shell that we can do. It was cut from 2 inch pine. The stand I made so that they interlock at 90 degrees. The shell has been sealed with tung oil and then top coated with semi gloss lacquer.


The Fairy Garden Village however is a work and idea in progress. I have yet to decide what goes into each of the 1/2 bowls glued to the 4 leaf clover. Each bowl was 5 inches in diameter. The ladders were cut from 1/8 poplar and the clover is pine stained with food coloring in denatured alcohol. It is 12 inches tall and 9 inches wide.


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Very nice DW....The garden is very unique.
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Interesting concept. Like both projects.
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That shell turned out great.
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DW really a very unique concept, I like them both. Thanks for sharing.

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As I promised here are the pictures of the completed project. I decided to do a fairy garden theme because this is very popular here at the moment.



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Great work on that one, DW.
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Finished off nicely.
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I like that a lot. Great concept and mix of mediums
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Sweeeeet projects DW, think I will snag your shell stand idea if you don't mind.
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