Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Squirrel Deck Decoration Scroll Saw Pattern.

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This squirrel can sit on your deck, garden, or fence. I included a couple different sizes of bases. It is cut from 1/4" thick Baltic birch plywood. 

Squirrel Facts:

Squirrels can find food buried beneath a foot of snow.

A squirrel’s front teeth never stop growing.

Squirrels may lose 25 percent of their buried food to thieves.

They zigzag to escape predators.

Squirrels may pretend to bury a nut to throw off potential thieves.

A newborn squirrel is about an inch long.

Humans introduced squirrels to most of our major city parks.

Squirrels are acrobatic, intelligent, and adaptable.

They get bulky to stay warm during the winter.

Squirrels don’t dig up all of their buried nuts, which results in more trees!

Bear Woods has the 30" Pegas Scroll Saw in Stock and Ready to Ship:

I know that some of you have been waiting for the 30" Pegas scroll saw. I received an email from Bear Woods that the saws have arrived and are ready to ship. As always the stock is limited so if you have been waiting now is the time to order.

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