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    F2502134-6E05-488F-8E1E-4CF43918E7A8.jpeg 17F3EB30-647A-4AAA-AB77-293B136EE40F.jpeg 9641926E-1AF8-4B23-A086-E55D155A4701.jpeg 282ABA59-6834-4B96-A17A-13D1C1DA8811.jpeg 17F3EB30-647A-4AAA-AB77-293B136EE40F.jpeg 5F3DEB6F-2FF6-4383-AA97-52F16A86B118.jpeg ​ Got the patterns from Steve ​ . Oak, blood wood an popular. Cut using #3 an #5 MG blades. Also used Steve’s signature coins on the bottom of each one. image widget

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    They came out really nice. I plan on adding them to my shows this year.
    Betty

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    • #3
      Really nice! It will be interesting to know how they sell. I believe I have that pattern book still haven't made any.
      Rolf
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      • #4
        Those look wonderful. I sure like the finish!
        Denny
        ArtCrafters in Dayton, TN

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        • #5
          I have been thinking about doing something similar but size to hold a wine bottle.
          Scott
          Creator of fine designer sawdust.

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          • #6
            Looks great!
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            • #7
              You should try the dragon vase pattern as well. I first made mine after Steve published his first pdf vase book by swapping in one of his dragon motifs from the online library. Thats a really good way to increase your supply of patterns. I think Steve liked it because the dragon was included in the second book.
              Have you done any with swapped in patterns?
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Gary beasley View Post
                You should try the dragon vase pattern as well. I first made mine after Steve published his first pdf vase book by swapping in one of his dragon motifs from the online library. Thats a really good way to increase your supply of patterns. I think Steve liked it because the dragon was included in the second book.
                Have you done any with swapped in patterns?
                Sorry took so long to answer. The brown vase I added butterfly instead of doing wood burning. Wanted to keep them so they would appeal to several people. I sold all of them to a flower shop.

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                • #9
                  I found this pattern in Steves catalog and freehanded a vase form. This one may appeal to the folks that bought the butterfly vase.
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