Thursday, September 27, 2018

Angel Teal Light Candles Free Scroll Saw Pattern.

These little angels are super simple to make. They are cut from 1/4" Baltic birch plywood. They use battery powered tea light candles. Most of these small candles are roughly the same size. The opening for the candle is 1.5" wide and 1.75" tall. You will want to measure your candles and modify the opening as required. 


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The perfect way to sign your work.

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Happy Holidays Tea Light Candle Holder Free Scroll Saw Pattern.

This Happy Holidays candle holder uses four tea light candles. I recommend the electric candles as they are easier to take care of and are safer.

The project is made from 1/2" thick Baltic birch plywood and 1/4" thick Baltic birch plywood. The fretwork is cut from the 1/2" plywood and the base is a glue up of two 1/4" pieces of plywood. If you have a 1/5" Forstner bit you can use a single solid board for the base. 

If you cut the slot and tab joint tight you can eliminate the glue so you can store it flat when you put it away.