Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Valentine Round Box Scroll Saw Pattern.



The decoration for this box is made by stack cutting the ribbon and the heart together. The board for the ribbon is 1/2" thick and the board for the heart is 1/4" thick. Then you combine the pieced needed to complete the decoration. This stack cutting technique ensures that the pieces fit together well. 

You want to use a relatively thing blade. I used a #1 reverse tooth blade. The thin blade helps the pieces fit tighter. 

The ribbon is then contoured to give it a nice soft look. I also slightly contoured the outside edges of the heart. Complete instructions are included in the pattern.


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These vases are not difficult to make and they look beautiful with dried flowers or as art pieces. Each eBook has eight different designs.


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