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    Pattern by Steve Good. light blue tissue is sandwiched between 2 1/4 thick sections. The wood is poplar stained with water based stains - Oak and Red Mahogany. Finished with Shellac.



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    Another fine project DW looks really good. Did you make the base as well? Thanks for sharing.
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    • #3
      Interesting with the paper in between looks good.Jerry
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      • #4
        Now there's an interesting idea! So did you stack-cut the design? And then you glue in the paper, then glue the sections together? I like it a lot - nice job!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by PatteM View Post
          Now there's an interesting idea! So did you stack-cut the design? And then you glue in the paper, then glue the sections together? I like it a lot - nice job!
          That is exactly what I did PatteM. I took and stack cut 2 - 1/4 in thick pieces. Stained both an antique oak with a water based stain then glued the tissue to one half then carefully positioned the other side and glued them together. With a little bit of playing you could even make parts of the sky other colors but I chose to make it all a light blue instead. This works well with votive displays as well.

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          • #6
            Nice idea DW, and beautiful cutting. Thanks for sharing.

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