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Ron Altier

Walnut ornament

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Looks good Ron. I've tried inside out ornaments but just haven't figured it out.

 

Steve

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 Steve, I've done about 5 or 6 and not all were successful. Early attempts failed because the glue or tape allowed movement. Now I use quarter inch ply screwed to the ends of the pieces and all stays tight. 

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a few... eh...

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6 hours ago, Stick486 said:

a few... eh...

what Stick said....

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10 hours ago, HandyDan said:

They are fun to do.  they have the wow factor when people see them.  I have done a few too.

 

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Looks great now what are the tiny red balls?

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2 hours ago, Gerald said:

Looks great now what are the tiny red balls?

 

Strings of beads that can be bought for the tree.  Cut a few pieces to fit, wire them together and send wire up through a hole drilled down from the top.  Add a couple beads and put a loop in the wire and add a hook.

 

The large balls are one inch glass balls.  Those are put in the middle wrapped in thin foam rubber while the outside is being turned.

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