Thursday, September 22, 2011

Having fun with the Scroll Saw!

Hey everyone out there in blog land :-)
I am following up with a couple of wood crafts that I cut with the scroll saw. 
First of all I want to say that I usually borrow others creative inspiration and put my own take on it and these crafts are no exception.  So I want to give credit where credit is due.
In Salt Lake there is this awesome crafty wood shop called "The Wood connection".  Seriously If I go into this shop I do not come out for hours!  My sister Paula can attest to this because she has the same addiction :-) Anyway they have these cute "Harvest" letters with a little corn cob for the V that I just love, but I am about 45 minutes too far away from that store so I thought I can cut it out myself!  My talented brother helped make a pattern for me and this is how it turned out!

Here are the letters that I am proud to say I cut out.

Here it is after I Painted and mod podged it!

Here is a close up of the cute ear of corn.

I added these little gems to give it some blingy corn kernals :-) 

I would love to take credit for that cute idea, but The wood connections creative staff came up with that idea.

I have also been excited about this cute 2x4 turkey craft from "Craft Goodies"  since last year, but I never got a chance to make it, but I pulled it together today and I love how it turned out!

I still need to make some finishing touches like add the feather on top of it's head etc., but I could not wait to show it off :-) (here is a link to the tutorial)

Craft goodies has some great Super Saturday ideas she is sharing right now.  So if you are a Super Saturday freak like me check it out!

1 comment:

  1. I know what tool I want for Christmas! Those looks so good! You are amazing. Let me know about any crafting nights that might include those!