Get your scroll saw ready and warmed up to stack cut this tree design. While this tree is shown in autumn colors, you could easily change up the paint colors to create a Halloween tree or perhaps a spring tree. Free pattern and instructions at the link.
At the link you will find free patterns to download to scroll your own Christmas ornaments. Patterns include: angel, stocking ,star, snowflake, and tree.
If you follow the step-by-step instructions at the link you can make your own intricate Christmas ornaments. Perfect for gifts or for your own tree. People will wonder how it was done with the beads in the center. Happy scrolling.
Did you know you can scroll saw your own wooden sunglasses? Well now you can. This project uses a simple bent lamination technique. At the link you can follow free step-by-step instructions.
Isn’t this beautiful. This scroll saw mountain art is dimensional and colorful. At the link you will find free step-by-step instructions and even a video so you can follow along. Happy scrolling.
There are two different puzzles at the link. One is for younger kids and one is for kids a little older. Both fun.
Build a couple of these fun round candle holders. All you will need is a little scrap wood and a scroll saw. Follow along at the link and find out how to build some for yourself.
At the link you will find tips and tricks as well as a free pattern to create your own reindeer intarsia. As always, wood grain and color are key in this project.
At the link you can download the free alphabet pattern to use on your scroll saw. Perfect for adding personalization to a gift.
Try your hand at making a porthole picture frame. There are complete instructions as well as a free downloadable pattern for you to follow.