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I am trying to get enough wooden ornaments made (by Christmas) to fill my entire tree… these ramblings will tell the story of my journey and wether or not I am successful in my endeavor. The 5 below are in primer and I hope to get them painted soon.

The first 5 in primer.

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#1 posted 1760 days ago

Scroll Saw cut outs… this pattern was converted for use with my CarveWright machine (8 minute cut time). It was cut out of 1/8th inch baltic birch and spray painted, measures approx. 7 inches in dia. .....

Angel in 1/8 inch baltic birch

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#2 posted 1760 days ago

Snowflake

Cut out of 1/8th inch baltic birch and then painted white… then we painted on glitter glue.

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#3 posted 1760 days ago

with a carvewright you should be able to fill a whole tree in a day.

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#4 posted 1760 days ago

I wish it was that easy…...... takes a while to build the image files to cut.

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#5 posted 1760 days ago

Turned a couple of small ones.

Your carvings are great.

Scrappy

-- Scrap Wood's the best...the projects are smaller, and so is the mess!

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#6 posted 1760 days ago

Those are great and I love your Signature.

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#7 posted 1759 days ago

Nice projects Jason and scrappy and have to agree like little messes to have to clean up.

-- Professional Toothpick maker

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#8 posted 1733 days ago

We have completed over 30 ornaments, so far. Here are a few of my favorites.


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#9 posted 1733 days ago

Visit our online store to see more ornaments www.LRWStore.com

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#10 posted 1731 days ago

super Job

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#11 posted 1730 days ago

Thank you Jim. Your kind words mean very much to me.

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#12 posted 1709 days ago

We are currently at 90 differnt ornaments... check them out at our online store "www.LRWStore.com":http://lrwstore.com/ or watch the video below for a sneak peek at a few of my favorites. Hopefully tomorrow night we will be 100.

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