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CWD Wall Crosses

CWD Wall Crosses
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These are just a few of the wall crosses I make.  They range in size from the small Dogwood cross, 7 1/2" tall x 5" wide to the Heart cross, 10" tall x 7 1/2" wide.  These are actually larger versions of pieces form my jewelry line.  


The Dogwood cross was the first 3d model I produced when I started working with a CNC machine and I used a picture of a Dogwood blossom that I took in East Texas for the inspiration.  This was first made into a pendant for a necklace, then a pin, then shrank down to use for earrings.  Later I stared up sizing the jewelry line into these small wall crosses.  This Dogwood cross is also part of the Creative Wood Designs logo.


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