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Carving Wooden Finger Puppets and Cane Toppers

20 Whimsical Projects From Basswood Eggs
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Attention, woodcarvers! Here are instructions for a frog, a cat, a relief-carved covered bridge, and more, all carved from basswood eggs. Each pattern features detailed front, top, and side views; helpful carving tips; a handy list of paint colors; and a color photograph of the finished puppet to ensure that each project is a success. Design ideas and instructions for incorporating these endearing characters into coat hangers, cane toppers, and bottle stoppers are accompanied by five bonus patterns for miniature, relief-carved landscapes. Begin by learning basic carving techniques and following the detailed guides to make two wooden finger puppets: Tom Cat and Fred Frog. The instructions for these two animal puppets take you step-by-step to master the skills you need to complete more projects. Each design features top tips and advice from the author. There are also painting suggestions for finishing each wooden ornament too. Projects take a couple of hours each to complete. There are 20 cute ornaments to make, including a parrot, chimp, squirrel, dog, cat, alligator, panda, ostrich, and more. While the basic patterns are for charming wooden finger puppets, each set of instructions also shows how you can easily adapt your carvings to make bottle stoppers,

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Pages 80
Publish Date 2009-06-01
Size 6.0" x 9.0" x 0.2"
Author Ross Oar
Product Form Paperback / softback

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About the Author

Ross Oar has had many years of experience in woodcarving. In 1984, he and his wife, Barbara, began West Falls Woodcarving, a part-time mail-order woodcarving supplies business run out of their home in Orchard Park, New York. Ross also carves commission pieces that range in size from three inches to five and a half feet high and depict all aspects of life, teaches woodcarving classes on a limited basis and participates in woodcarving shows.

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