Creative Woodworks & crafts 2005-11, страница 50
Wood: 1/8"- to 1/4 thick wood
of choice Tools: scroll saw with assorted
blades: drill with assorted bits Temporary-bond spray adhe sive
Sandpaper, assorted grits Finish of choice
Our boys Jamie and Mike have been drawing since they were very young, and, needless to say, they have grown up in a house full of scroll saw stuff! Although they now spend much of their time drawing hot cars, yin yangs. peace signs, and other "tattoo-like" designs that express their generation's interests, I finally encouraged them to try their hands at designing ornaments for scroll sawing.
They came up with some truly unique ideas for ornaments which Karen and I found were a bit of a challenge to cut out. So, after a couple of slight modifications to the patterns here and there, the final designs have turned out great and the finished ornaments are fantastic (proud Dad talking here)!
We are very proud of our two "budding" scroll saw pattern designers, and we hope you will enjoy making their ornaments. Jamie designed the more traditional Christmas candle, bells, stocking, candy cane, elf, and bear, as well as the stars. Mike designed the non-seasonal ornaments, including the sports- and music-themed ones.