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Easy to make and fun to paint, this gingerbread man sign makes a great wall hanging for Christmas or any time of year.
I used poplar, but clear pine is also a good choice for making this hearts puzzle. Both woods are relatively inexpensive, widely available, and cut and finish well.
These alphabet pull toys are easy to make and is made from pine, so it is not expensive. And it was all cut with my favorite tool, a scroll saw.
What to give the new homeowner you know has never been easier. This simple yet elegant welcome plaque is the perfect gift.
This galloping horse pattern was designed for watermelon carving can be cut in wood too.
With this pattern and your scroll saw, the possibilities are endless. The reindeer pattern can be enlarged and with holiday lights use it for a window decoration or make it even larger and use it for yard art.
You can make the 11 x 14 inch portrait shown here of Ronald Reagan or a smaller 9 x 10 inch version.
These scroll saw silhouettes include pattens for Jesus, Joseph, Mary, Santa and Snowman. Colored acrylic lends a soft glow to simple fretwork designs.
The easiest way to make a puzzle with a contrasting frame is to stack-cut two puzzles at one time. Choose contrasting woods, such as walnut and Baltic birch.