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Old 11-18-2009, 11:36 AM   #1
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Default Lots of projects completed over the last couple weeks

Hi all,

As promised yesterday, I'm posting pics of the things I've done over the last couple weeks. Sorry so many all at once.

1. The horse is by Charles Dearing. I made and framed three of them. The frames are straight, but look distorted in the picture - Probably due to the angle.

2. Candle Holder is Steve Good's design and the is assembled with tabs going through the top pieces.

3. Deer mini clock is from Scroller LTD.

4. Eagle leaf is also scroller LTD.

5. Fairy flower pot holder is Steve Good. Also tab assembled.

6. Flower Pot kitten, I don't remember where I got it, but I'm pretty sure it was Scroller LTD. I made three of them. I think the little cat cut into the frame adds a lot.

7. The mini clocks are my design and from the pattern I posted for all of you on here. I made 8 so far.

8. Ornaments galore! I made around 70. The display stand holds 60. they are all two-piece ornaments and made of either cherry or maple. Patterns were purchased. I also made some compound cut cedar ornaments, but haven't taken any pics yet.

Phew!, that was a lot. I hope you enjoy
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Old 11-18-2009, 11:56 AM   #2
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Great job on all ! Someones been busy.
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Old 11-18-2009, 12:13 PM   #3
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That was a lot in one shot! Great job on all of them, and the deer clock is gonna make it to my to-do list!

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Old 11-18-2009, 12:52 PM   #4
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Very nicely done. The deer clock is perfect grain in the choice of wod. The kittie frame is great with the silhouette...
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Great job I love the Horse and Eagle!!!

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That's a heck of a nice collection of your work. Well done!
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Very nice Rick, you got a lot done. Edward
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I am very jealous of all that great work. I have had next to no time in the shop for multiple reasons. . .

Thanks for sharing!
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Someone has been busy , a lot of pretty work here ..........
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Love that Fairy flower pot and the ornament stand is BRILLIANT...along with the ornaments of course !

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