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Project by janice posted 1202 days ago 1289 views 3 times favorited 10 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I might get the boot for this one. But it is wood, and I did cut it out on my scroll saw. I had to cut it in three sections on the table saw so I could cut this out on my scroll saw. Then dowled it back together. This is going over a 5 ft closet at the cabin for trim. This was just a fun project to paint on a cold Spring weekend. Thanks for looking.
Our boat dock is coming along as planned. Should be in the water pretty soon. But once again, it’s not really a wood working project, only the deck will be wood. Not sure I’ll be able to post it on here.

-- Janice

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#1 posted 1202 days ago

sure looks good to me janice

you have a nice soft sense of balance and proportion

glad you are getting back into the shop
those winters can be tiring

post your dock when it’s aplicable
we all got to help with suggestions for it
we should be able to see the results


-- david - only thru kindness can this world be whole . If we don't succeed we run the risk of failure. Dan Quayle

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#2 posted 1202 days ago

very nice job, and post your dock.

-- Chuck, wiswood2

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#3 posted 1202 days ago

Oh my gosh, that is so cool, Janice! I can’t quite see… is it the white part cut out and laid on a dark background, or is it two sets of cuts, and the dark pieced inset into the white board? Whatever you did, it sure worked well. Very attractive. Good job. And I, too, want to see the dock when it’s done.


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#4 posted 1202 days ago

Look’s great!

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#5 posted 1202 days ago

You guys are great. Thanks for the kind words.
Barb. It’s just scrolled at the top and the rest is painted. Thought about doing what you mentioned, but just painted it instead. That’s why I didnt think this should be posted on here. I’m going to polyurethane this and the pine will turn alitlle yellow. I think that will look good against the paneling in the cabin. But then again, the more I look at it the more I don’t like it. Too busy for me. It might end up in a fire.
As far as the dock goes. The one that is still there is over 30 years old and it was added on to it over the years. Two sections are gone, lost in floods, because it was rotten. The last section that is left is so small and partially sunk, can hardly walk on it now. Can’t wait for this new one to go in the water. Hopefully this one will last 30 years too. It’s pretty scarry to be out there when we have head water pushing the dock. The only thing holding it is cables and ropes. I would love to use that IPE wood for the deck, but would hate to see that much money floating down the river. All it takes is one good flood. So we will probably use treated lumber. I will post pictures. Thanks friends.

-- Janice

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#6 posted 1202 days ago

That’s an awesome header. You’re a talented painter. I think any project involving wood is appropriate to post here. So share your dock pics when you’re ready.

-- Vicki on the Eastern Shore of MD

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#7 posted 1202 days ago

i think it looks nice , perfect for a cabin

-- rick

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#8 posted 1202 days ago

That’s beautiful Janice we don’t have scenery like that here in East Yorkshire but it fires my imagination of the American landscape thanks for sharing. Oh! & I’m with David, don’t forget to post the dock I’m sure we’d all be interested to see it finished

-- God created wood that we may create. Trevor East Yorkshire UK

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#9 posted 1200 days ago

looks nice Janice, landscape is beautiful.


-- Bob Kenosha Wi.

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#10 posted 1170 days ago

I nearly missed this and I know I´m late
thank´s for sharing it Janice its a great landscape
and you are also given a very well done from my daughter
thank´s for sharing it

take care

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