Sunday, October 18, 2020

Santa Loves Me Too Scroll Saw Pattern.


Download the Pattern Below
 


I made a couple different patterns from this little guy. The ornament is ~4" in diameter. The table decoration is ~6" tall.

Information:

In yesterday's post, I mentioned my Scroll Saw Basics video tutorials. Several people were not able to see the video on that page. I wrote the site almost ten years ago and I used Flash to embed the videos. Many current browsers no longer support flash so it did not work for everyone.

To solve the problem I put together a YouTube playlist with all the same basic videos. You can use this link to see the playlist and watch the videos. Sorry for the trouble.

 


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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