Sunday, November 9, 2014

Two Reindeer Scroll Saw Pattern.


  
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I'm doing pretty good keeping up with the custom name ornaments this year. I am only a few days from being caught up. If you placed an order before Tuesday of last week then make sure you email me. All orders before that date should be in your email. 

It's time to order your Custom Christmas Name 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. 

   
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Music is my Life Scroll Saw Pattern. Over 15 inches long.

This is a large two part pattern. The finished piece is over fifteen inches long.  This will look great hanging in any music room.
  
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https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=KVD43MBSX969Q
Click book to purchase.
This book is only available in digital format. There will be a link on the final payment page that directs you to the download page. I will also send an automated email with the link to the download page.

If you would like to have all the patterns in the Scrollsaw Workshop catalog you can buy the first six years DVD and the 2013 update DVD at this link. DVD #1 is $20 and contains over 1,100 patterns. The 2013 update DVD is $7.50 and has another 178 patterns.

Contest Time.

Sue Mey is again sponsoring the contest this month. She is offering a $35 shopping spree on her www.scrollsawartist.com site. I will also add a $25 Amazon gift certificate for one lucky winner.

The rules this month are simple. 
1. send an email to giveaway@stevedgood.com
2. In the subject fiend type "Contest".
3. In the body type your first and last name.
4. At sunset each day you have to chant "Sue Mey is a wonderful artist" (This is optional but the karma will give you a 0 to 20% better chance of winning.) Results may vary.
5. You can enter once a day.
6. The random drawing will be held Friday November 21, 2014.
7. The first and second place winners will be emailed about how to receive their prize.

After you enter the contest take a while to visit Sue's site www.scrollsawartist.com.  Once again she is offering some beautiful and special patterns. Her Christmas trees have been a huge hit just as I predicted. If you did not have time to buy this pattern yet jump at the opportunity right now. When you cut this pattern you will be making a piece of art that will be handed down in your family for generations to come. Just imagine your Great, Great, Great Grandchild finding this Christmas Tree and reading your name on the back and the date 2014. The feeling of connection through the generations will be special.

From Sue Mey:
Note: The items shown are linked to the website - Click on either the Description or the Image for it to open there
Below are the most popular patterns shown during October - they were added to Holidays>Christmas. Many subscribers liked the Large Nativity tree shown before and asked for another pattern featuring a Santa, sleigh etc. Use 1/8" (3mm) birch ply or similar and make the inside cuts. Attach the overlay piece to thicker wood of a darker color with pieces of double-sided tape, then cut the perimeter line through both layers. Detach and sand the pieces by hand before gluing the overlay on top of the backer. The image on the right shows the reverse, with the design cut from dark wood. The most difficult part of cutting a project like this one is managing the size of the work piece around the saw blade. Most people will utilize spiral blades to make cutting easier.
NW956 Large Christmas scenes tree 18" x 11.1" $8.95
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My Nativity wreaths depict the birth of Jesus and the first one is more elaborate than the second. Cut the wreaths directly in hardwood, or use 1/8" (3mm) birch ply for the design, attached to a thicker wood backer. For a lighted version: Drill some holes in the backer in strategic positions and fit a string of 10 fairy lights to the back, to allow the lights to shine through some of the fret cuts. 
NW965 Nativity wreath 11" x 10.7" $7.95
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This set of relief-cut trees was added to the section Holidays>Christmas>Trees. Five of the trees consist of four pieces each, while the other three each have three work pieces. Wood thickness for each layer is 1 1/2" (38mm). I used Jelutong (similar to Basswood), which not only makes cutting this thickness a breeze, but is also easy to sand by hand. Each section is cut at a particular tilt angle in order to achieve the desired effect. A base pattern is also included and is made from 1/2" to 5/8" (12mm to 16mm) wood. A piece of 1/4" (6mm) diameter dowel is used to join the tree to the base. Detailed instructions are included.
NW955 3D Trees - Set of 8 different designs plus optional base pattern - trees are 3.4" diameter $9.95
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Have you seen - in Lighted projects:
NW017 Nativity votive candle or tea light stands 5.5" tall on base Set of 6 $5.95
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NW986 Baby's first Nativity plaque & ornament 11" x 7.1" and 6" x 3.8" Letters & numbers in different sizes are included to personalize the projects $5.95
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http://www.scrollsawartist.com/welcome-to-christmas.html
The Christmas welcome plaque will look great on the front door. Cut directly in thicker hardwood, or use 1/8" (3mm) birch ply, backed with thicker wood, painted in red, green and black. Use the letters provided to add your own last name, or make them on order for others. Found in the Christmas Word Art section
NW988 Welcome to Christmas 12.7" x 10.2" Letters and numbers are included to personalize the project $5.50

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If you would like to have all the patterns in the Scrollsaw Workshop catalog you can buy the first six years DVD and the 2013 update DVD at this link. DVD #1 is $20 and contains over 1,100 patterns. The 2013 update DVD is $7.50 and has another 178 patterns.

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