Hi, Alan Stratton from As Wood Turns (www.AsWoodTurns.com) This Christmas Ornament is for the Christmas Ornament Challenge for this year. It is essentially a walnut disk turned into a donut with a top and bottom finial from a “tropical hardwood pen blank”, as advertised by the supplier, and two feature discs from maple with some
Hi, Alan Stratton, from As Wood Turns (www.AsWoodTurns.com) Just in time for the Christmas Ornament Challenge, I’m going to make this… Well, it looks like a simple ornament… but it is actually a fairly interesting ornament with all the little rings around it, kind of like a little atom or… Yea, it would have to
Hi. I’m Elizabeth Day, and this is my entry into Alan Stratton and Carl Jacobson’s 2016 Ornament Challenge. I started out with a mixed media block that Aaron and I made from cherry wood and red and green alumilite. I decided the blank was too short after it had been parted. The non hollowed side
Stick together with strong glue 2 parts of plexiglass ball ZGA001-80. Сlean off the grease from the plexiglass ball. Paint the ball with white acrylic paint C0200. Fix the stencil K144 with adhesive tape and draw ornament. Apply Contour relief paste 0CCAD. Paint relief with white acrylic paint C0200. Cut the motive from the rice
Hi, Alan Stratton from As Wood Turns (www.AsWoodTurns.com) For this year’s Christmas Ornament Woodturning Challenge I think I’ll use some pen blanks. I have these left over from an after Thanksgiving sale a couple of year’s ago. To me they are fairly soft, almost not even pen blanks. They’re supposed to be exotic tropical woods.
Hi everyone, we are in the Christmas’ spirit like you all… I decorated three clear plastic Christmas’ ornament inspired in the movie Trolls!! To those who still didn’t watch the movie I extremely recommend it. Now, look how cute the ornaments are to decorate our christmas tree… I made this for my cute 3 years
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hey crafters welcome to day four of my countdown to Christmas video series so today I’ve got a fun project for you it’s another wreath but I think you’re gonna really like this and I’ve kind of added my own touches to this so I think it makes it really fun and best of all
Hi I’m Sarah from reviewsbysarah.com And today’s video we’re going to show you how to make this cute snowman ornament. In your local craft store you can find these fillable clear plastic ornaments. I like the one that’s kind of flat for the snowman’s face. Take the cap part off and fill the ornament with
Christmas Ornament Made With Plastic Lid – How To Make You will need a lid, card stock,transparent film paper, marker, scissors, glue, miniature Christmas ornaments, Christmas tissue wrapping paper, ribbon, metallic Christmas confetti. Outline lid on top of card stock and then cut out the circle. Brush glue on inside of lid and inside the