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Thanks for putting up another section of the forum.
Hopefully we can see some of the other works from all the craftsmen here.

Below is a couple of scroll saw patterns I did for my daughters. Nothing fancy but they both really enjoyed them. I left them as natural wood with a sealer finish then clear coat....

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Thanks Ed for suggesting this new category in the forum. And thanks for sharing this fun project. How do the candles work? That's a mystery we need solved!
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John,

Thank you guy's for setting up this area. I know most of the folks that post here are way more advanced then I, so I figure it might serve as a learning place as well.

The tea light are just simple LED lights and are great for wood projects that you would not be safe using real candles with...

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Ed, those are so cool. I like the design. You do some really nice stuff.

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Nice work Ed. Where did the patterns come from, my daughter loves dolphins.
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I am new to scroll sawing but I really enjoy it. I love what you have done here. They are really nice. Do you know where a person can get patterns?
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here is one place I use when I get brave enough to do scroll sawing

http://scrollsawworkshop.blogspot.ca/2010/01/online-free-pattern-catalog-updated.html
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Patrick Spielman wrote several good books full of patterns. Used ones are cheap on amazon. There are many free patterns available on the internet.  Searching Google willl find you far more free patterns that you can cut. Gwinnett Woodworkers on YouTube have some excellent videos on scrolling.
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Hi Tony,

I got these patterns from Sue Mey. They where like 5$
http://www.scrollsawartist.com/scroll-saw-patterns/lighted-projects/

She has a bunch of very nice lighted projects as well as other really good stuff...


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Thanks Ed I have seen some of her stuff it is great

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ed357sw - nice - thanks for posting.
Battery powered tea lights is a good idea for a child's room.
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