Monday, November 30, 2020

Santa Door Wreath Scroll Saw Pattern

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This pattern is large enough to hang on your front door. It is a little over ten inches square. Use baltic birch plywood and give it a good coat of exterior paint. 

Personalized Christmas Ornament Patterns are ready to order:

I am ready to start taking Personalized Christmas Ornament Pattern orders.

I can do first or last names but remember that more than ten letters will be more difficult to cut.

The order form will take up to 20 names for people and 5 names for pets. If you need more than 20/5 then start a second order.

You will not pay until you have the patterns and are 100% happy with them. There will be an invoice sent with the patterns to your email. You will have the option to pay securely with a credit card or send a check to the included address.

I am shooting for a three-day turnaround but that may be difficult for a few days until I get all the kinks worked out. I'll do my best. You can set a bookmark for each of the order forms but I will post them almost every day until Christmas.

$1 per/name with a 5 name minimum.

$2 per/name no minimum. 

$12 per sheet of 12 coins plus $3.50 shipping
Inlay with a 1" Forstner Bit.
The perfect way to sign your work.

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Sunday, November 29, 2020

My Two Cents Key Fob Scroll Saw Pattern.

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Download the Pattern Below


This pattern idea was submitted by Tom Yocom. Tom emailed me with this idea. He had made one using my Key Fob pattern generator software and wanted to show me the results. I guess Tom and I both like corny because I thought it would make a funny gag gift.

I ask Tom if I could make a pattern and share it with anyone who likes corny as much as we do. I have a name for this kind of humor. I call it "Grandpa Funny". It falls in the same category as "Pull my finger", and "Your shoe is untied", with a tap on the chin when you look down. 

The project is made from 1/8" thick Baltic birch plywood and two pennies. The pennies are trapped inside the key fob and slide back and forth.

To get a smooth action with not sticking you want to sand the thickness of the middle layer until it is just proud of the penny. If you leave it 1/8" thick the pennies will ride up on top of each other. 

When you glue the pieces together make sure you watch the orientation of the words. You want them to be read right side up when you flip the key fob over. 

You will also need:

Al Baggetta Scroll Saw Blade Memory device:

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I received an email from Al today with a neat little tool. He made a video and is making the pattern available. After you watch the video just look under the video on YouTube for the link. It is a free pattern.

I am curious. Do any of you use a method to remember which blade is in your saw. I use such a small number of blades that it is pretty easy for me to know. I use # #5 or #3 95% of the time. If you use more than a few blades something like this could be useful.

Thanks for sharing Al.

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