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e-Magazine Issue 6 -September 2015


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Table of Contents
Basic Scroll Saw Procedures
Twelve steps - from preparing the saw to applying finishing touches, illustrated and described in detail. Included are tips and techniques, especially helpful to the beginner scroll sawyer.

17 Patterns/pattern sets:
Slotted pumpkin
Five freestanding Fall trees
BOO hanger
Pumpkins with swirls
Pumpkin stack
Skulls wreath
Black crow on a Jack-o-lantern
Lamp & pumpkins
Spooky Halloween wreath
Layered Owl and moon
EEK word art with spider
Black cat on a Jack-o-lantern
Freestanding Ghost tree
Twelve Halloween ornaments
BOO freestanding letters
I can drive a stick plaque
Witch parking plaque
Instructions and wood thickness recommendations are included for all projects

Article: Using decoupage to add color to projects  
I have had great success combining wood, decoupage, and paint. Paint techniques have been covered in some depth in another issue, so here I would like to offer information on how to use decoupage as an alternative for adding color to a project.

Technique: Cutting an over-sized backer without a pattern
Some items can benefit from an over-sized backer to ‘frame’ the project. This technique outlines the simple process of drawing the backer if you do not use a software program.

Article: Two easy ways to transfer text and small detail to wood
There is nothing more special than a beautifully crafted project, personalized with the recipients’ names and a date. Often the space to add these details are limited and therefore difficult to cut on the scroll saw. Try one of these methods to transfer ink to wood.

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