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2014 Custom Name Christmas Ornaments
These will become instant family heirlooms.
The patterns are $1 per name with a 5 ornament minimum.
You will only pay once you receive the patterns and are satisfied.
You will be able to pay securely online with a credit card or send payment through regular mail.
You can mix from the two styles in the picture above.
Names over about 10 letters can be very difficult to cut.
Wooden Vases on the Scroll Saw Book
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Monday, March 11, 2013
Posted by Steve Good at 11:52 PM
Here is a neat addition to a product. David over at Bigfoot Products is now offering to add custom laser engraving on their Lift-N-Lock system. The Lift-N-Lock is an accessory add-on for the DeWalt DW788 scroll saw. If you own that saw you know that the upper arm does not stay up when changing blades. This product solves that problem.
The addition of a custom laser engraved name just adds a neat touch. The standard model is $24.95 and the custom engraving will add $10 to the price. It might be a bit of a luxury addition but it's always nice to have options.
Posted by Steve Good at 11:17 AM
Toymakingplans.com is the go to source for the toymaker. Don't miss out on visiting their site. If you want to make toys for the children or grandchildren in your family they have what you need. If you want to make toys for fundraisers they have what you need. If you want to make toys to take to your local children's hospital they have what you need. If you want to start a toy making business they have what you need.
These toys are so creative that they sell themselves. It's pretty tough to make decent money making crafts. You need to find a niche and specialize. These nostalgic toys are a great niche. They appeal to parents and grand parents and will sell. John and Cynthia make it easy to get your business off to a good start. They provide labels that can be printed and glued to the box. They provide a source for reasonably priced boxes.
All their patterns allow for royalty free use of the projects. You can make and sell as many as you like without special licenses or fees.
They have how-to's for subjects like safe finishes for the toys and more.
Do yourself a favor and visit www.toymakingplans.com now.
Posted by Steve Good at 1:24 AM
CATALOG DVD $20+ Shipping
This DVD contains all the patterns from the Scrollsaw Workshop blog from May 12, 2007 to December 2, 2012. There are 1113 pattern books many with multiple patterns. These are the patterns that are available in the free online catalog. This DVD is for those who wish to have all the patterns and don't wish to try and download hundreds of patterns. Use the DVD for club meetings, sharing with friends and customers, Archiving etc.
No returns are accepted. No refunds. Defective DVDs will be replaced. Please watch the instruction videos to understand what you will receive.
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Create a Family Heirloom. Download The Jigsaw Puzzle Template Book. Only $7.00
You will be directed to the download page after your purchase for instant download.This pattern book contains the following size patterns
5x5 25 piece
4x6 24 piece
5x7 35 piece
8x10 80 piece
4x6 96 piece
5x7 140 piece
8x10 320 piece
Scroll Saw Keychain Pattern Maker
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Philip Lowndes Noah's Arc Pattern Available. Watch the video below.
Flying Dutchman. The blades recommended by Steve Good
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