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  1. Made some of these last year and had an order for two this year. Sold them for $25.00 each. The girl was buying one for her sister and niece and said they were the most beautiful ornaments she has seen. I thought she should have one so I gave her one as a gift. I made one and gave her that one and the two I had here for me. I just made these two to replace mine.
  2. Made some special ornaments on stands for my siblings. They are inside out ornaments with little glass bead angles in the windows. Ornaments and stands are made with old growth Douglas Fir.
  3. Found her sitting on wife's dresser and she told me she wants a few twins if that's possible... funny how wooden angels can talk....Well I have all the ingredients here and there and I might throw in a real rock instead of the wood she stands on...So why not since I got to drink about 60 bottles of GA so this project will take a break while I get my tongue red four or five times a day for a few days so I can get started on these angels twins... I will turn on my Dremel tonight so it will be good and warm in the morning when I start slinging wood chips on my clean floor...I even just re
  4. Got the angel ornaments done. There is 30 of them. Started with an inch and a half square blank, turned it round and measured two inches for the body and three quarters inch for the head. Drilled a 5/8" hole in the bottom 3/4" deep and hollowed it out some to take some weight off. Turned the body. Shaped the head and cut the ornament free. Turned it around and put it in the chuck to sand the top of the head. For the wings I put another same
  5. I have been working on some angel ornaments for Christmas. Here's where I am at so far. Have some bodies and wing sets done. The finished one in the front is what they will look like.
  6. I saw some wings at Hobby Lobby, I think were meant to be part of a necklace and of course it got my mind going. Here is the result
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