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  • stephenD
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    Sally, that is my wife's comment too. So ... If they are we will move what's left to the back yard tree.

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  • Sally
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    Steve has my vote too!
    It will be interesting to see if any of those neat ornaments get stolen from an outdoor tree. Nice collection of projects!

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  • stephenD
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    Jim, I will give Steve my vote.

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  • JimSawyer
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    That's some great stuff..!!!
    The Spam is hilarious....!!!
    I have a file in My Documents called 'Steve Good'. He really is one generous guy....I vote we make him scroller of the year...!!!

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  • stephenD
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    Yup Arthur, Steve makes a lot of good patterns. He has some that are easy for beginners and some that are more challenging as well.

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  • oregoncarver
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    Great use for items that would go into the garbage or fire place. Very nice work, I use Steve's patterns for a lot of my stuff.

    Arthur

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  • wood-n-things
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    All very well done. I never ceases to intrigue me the innovative displays and drying racks we come up with as a collective.

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  • stephenD
    started a topic puzzles and ornaments

    puzzles and ornaments

    I have had some gumption and time so I produced some puzzles and ornaments.

    The Spam is from a political flyer that came in the mail. I often get flyers on card stock and think they would be a good puzzle. This one made it as far as being cut. 1/8" bb and glued down with tacky glue.
    The block of wood puzzle is from one of the give away piles of wood from a local wood crafters club. Cut with FD puzzle blade. It is 8" long. I don't know what kind of wood it is. Nice and medium hard so it will keep the small locks.
    The ornaments are cut from 3/16 plywood that I used for the inside walls of my lil shop. I have lots of pieces of that left for practice wood. I stack cut them with FD UR 3 and 5 blades, soaked them in Watco exterior oil and hung them up here to cure. I have plans of hanging them in the mesquite tree in the front yard for Christmas decor. These are cut from of Steve Good's patterns.
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