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Hi All -
Here is my 50% size Yellowstone camper.  I've been experimenting using veneers on some of my projects.  I modified the 2 side pieces of the car and made them one. 

I sandwiched many sheets of veneer between 2 1/8" pieces to cut the veneer on the scroll saw.  I just happen to have tons of veneer because I also do marquetry pictures.  It ended up turning out good.  The glue that I had to use was CA glue because I applied to a painted surface. 

Someone on this site posted a project mixing painted with natural and it gave me this idea.  That is what is so great about our little group it helps us all think outside the box.

Cindy

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That looks really good Cindy.

I have these plans but been working on other things.
I may have to pull it out and see what i can come up with. I never think about reducing them to a smaller size LOL

thanks for sharing.

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Hi Cindy

Good idea using the veneer. 
This project looks great.
Would love to see your build photos if you have any.

Keep sharing your great work.

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They look fantastic Cindy, great work.
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Cindy,
 The set looks great. I haven't bought the plans yet but the more I see it completed, the more I want it. Thanks for sharing your projects.
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Great job Cindy, the veneer looks nice. Seems to work really well.

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What a great look, I love it
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Cindy, I love the colors! I have been thinking about that plan, but I have bought quite a few plan sets already, and I haven't finished one yet!
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Thanks all.  Jeremy - I know what you mean about buying quite a bit and not getting to them. 
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Great look Cindy, Haven't tried any of these smaller plans yet ,but the more I see the more I like. As you say the forum really does give you ideas.
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A great little set, I really like the idea of using veneer in its natural state it just lifts the whole thing
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Cindy
Great idea using the veneer -will have to keep that in mind.
Camper/trailer looks great also.
Thanks for sharing.
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