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  1. Mini Scroll Saw Business in a Box! With the popularity of our Christmas ornament kits, we have a new ornament kit to celebrate Easter! You can create these personalized designs as traditional ornaments, gift tags, or sun catchers. With this mini Business-In-A-Box, you can personalize as many Easter ornaments as you want with our easy-to-use Inkscape template. The kit includes an Inkscape (svg) source file that allows you to personalize ornaments with names and dates. Also included are step-by-step instructions, premade banners to advertise your services that you can post to your social media, and the GIMP file in case you'd like to further customize your promotional banners. Here's what is included in the kit: Inkscape Ornament Template - Inkscape SVG file that you can use to customize ornaments. (US Letter & A4 size) Step-by-Step Instructions - Easy instructions on how to use the Inkscape template, and how to export PDFs and PNGs from Inkscape. Promotional Banners - Pre-made promotional images you can post to social media that advertise your ornaments. (in both $ & £) GIMP Promotional Banner Template - GIMP source file that allows you to further customize your promotional banner. Note: This ornament kit is meant for folks who have a basic working knowledge of Inkscape. You don't have to be an advanced user, but you should have the basics down. If you'd like to learn more about Inkscape, you can find our free online course here. Here's a demonstration of how the kit works: Selling Ideas: With this kit, you can create custom ornament patterns for fellow scrollers or crafters. Or you can sell finished ornaments you cut yourself! Custom patterns for fellow scrollers & crafters. (suggested price: $1-2 per custom pattern) Post to your Facebook (or other social media) that you make custom ornaments. Friends and family would jump at the chance to have a custom ornament designed and cut by you. (suggested price: $10-15 each). Take orders at a craft show, church bizarre, or event. Or even scroll on-site. (suggested price: $10-15 each). Sell on Etsy or similar online handmade marketplaces. Just give yourself time to make and ship the items. (suggested price: $12-20 each) Fundraiser for a youth group, school, or sports team. (suggested price: $12-20 each) Or maybe, make a special gift for your loved ones. (suggested price: $0 each)
    $20
  2. Hey everyone! In this fun scroll saw project video, we cut out a cute Happy Easter design! This Steve Good design is a great piece to make to have some spring time charm on a shelf, desk, or countertop! The Easter Bunny Is Coming To Town! Hope you all like the video! #ArtisanPirate
  3. Hi All. As promised, here is our Custom Easter Ornament Kit! With this mini Business-In-A-Box, you can personalize as many Easter ornaments as you want with our easy-to-use Inkscape template. The kit includes an Inkscape (svg) source file that allows you to personalize ornaments with names and dates. Also included are step-by-step instructions, premade banners to advertise your services that you can post to your social media, and the GIMP file in case you'd like to further customize your promotional banners. Here's what is included in the kit: Inkscape Ornament Template - Inkscape SVG file that you can use to customize ornaments. (US Letter & A4 size) Step-by-Step Instructions - Easy instructions on how to use the Inkscape template, and how to export PDFs and PNGs from Inkscape. Promotional Banners - Pre-made promotional images you can post to social media that advertise your ornaments. (in both $ & £) GIMP Promotional Banner Template - GIMP source file that allows you to further customize your promotional banner. Here's a demonstration of how the kit works: 50% Off Through Easter (March 31, 2024) Just like all the other newly released Business Kits, this one will be 50% off through Easter! So right now, you can pick it up for only $10, which is a screamin' deal! This is just my way of saying Thank You and Happy Easter to everybody who makes SSV so amazing!
  4. Hey Everyone! In this scroll saw project video, we make this beautiful "He Is Risen" Piece to celebrate the True Meaning of the Easter Holiday. The pattern is from an amazing Christian Pattern book by Fox Chapel Publishing. Happy Easter To All! #ArtisanPirate
  5. This month's scroll saw challenge is about Easter! Post your Easter projects here and tell us a bit about it! This is open for interpretation: Toys for the Kids Easter Baskets Candy holders Easter decor Bunnies...bunnies...and more bunnies. Bowls, place settings, napkin rings, centerpieces, etc for Easter Dinner Religious/Faith based projects Good Friday related Or just to celebrate spring! I can't wait to see what you come up with. If anybody is looking for some Easter projects, we have a few in the Project Workshop.
  6. I made these signs to be part of the Easter displays at my church.
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    FREE for SSV Patrons! Make these cute Mama Bunny and Baby Bunny cars for the little ones in your life. They also make awesome Easter decorations. They're super simple to knock out, so make a whole batch of them. Enjoy! Check out the step-by-step project tutorial here:
    Free
  8. Travis

    Bunny Cars

    Make these cute Mama Bunny and Baby Bunny cars for the little ones in your life. They also make awesome Easter decorations. They're super simple to knock out, so make a whole batch of them. Enjoy! Step 1 With spray adhesive, attach your pattern to the wood blank. I align the bunny ears along the grain to give it extra stability. I also added some packing tape to the top to secure the pattern. Step 2 At the drill press, I'm using a 1/4" bit to drill the axle holes for the wheels. Step 3 I'm using the same drill bit to drill a shallow divot where the bunny's eyes are. This is optional. Step 4 At the scroll saw, I cut out the perimeter. I'm using a #3 scroll reverse blade. Step 5 With some sandpaper, I soften the edges for little fingers. Step 6 You can choose to paint the bunnies before assembly. I'm using standard craft paint. Step 7 I'm using a clear acrylic spray for added protection. Step 8 I cut down some 1/4" dowels to about 2" long. These are longer than you need, but we'll cut them down later. Step 9 You can make your own wheels, but I find it's easier to just buy them premade. You can find those here. Step 10 We're going to glue up the half of the axel/wheel assembly. With a toothpick, I apply glue to the inside of the wheel. Then with a hammer, I tap the axel into the hole so it's flush with the other side. Clean up any excess glue, and set aside to dry. Step 11 I made a couple of jigs for the last part. The first is scrap wood with a hole in it. This allows you to tap the axel into the other wheel and have clearance for it to protrude from the other side. The second is a credit card with a V notch cut into it. Put this between the wheel and the bunny to create the perfect spacing for the wheel. Add glue to the inside of the 2nd wheel, put it on top of your scrap wood jig, thread the axel assembly through the axel holes in the bunny, put the credit card spacer between the wheel and the body, then tap the axel into the 2nd wheel. Use a scrap board so you don't damage the wheel with your hammer. Step 12 With a flush-trim saw, trim the protruding axel flush with the wheel. Final
  9. My sister mentioned these last year, so whe Steve Good posted the pattern, I knew I had to make it for her. Will mail this to her this week. Wood, for the background is balck ash, from a friend. Figures are maple. Also from the same friend. Just a clearcoat finish. Done at 80% to save on size for shipping!! .
  10. 19 downloads

    FREE for SSV Patrons! These Easter Bunny Peeps and Carrots are a perfect addition to an Easter Basket or centerpiece. This is a quick and easy project you can knock out in a couple of hours! Check out the step-by-step project tutorial here:
    Free
  11. These Easter Bunny Peeps and Carrots are a perfect addition to an Easter Basket or centerpiece. This is a quick and easy project you can knock out in a couple of hours. Enjoy the video! Step 1 I printed out the pattern. Then I cut out the pattern to rough size. I attached it to some 3/4" poplar with some spray adhesive. Step 2 I didn't use a pattern for the carrots. I wanted them to be a little un-uniform. So I roughly drew out each shape onto a 6" board. Don't worry if you can't draw, carrots are basically long triangles. The carrot shape doesn’t have to be perfect. Step 3 I used a #5 scroll reverse blade on the scroll saw to cut out my shapes. Step 4 I sanded with 120 grit to remove the fuzzies and soften the edges. Step 5 Then, with a rotary tool, I add some simple details to the carrots. Just little gouges in the side to indicate the ridges of the carrots. Again, no need to be perfect. Step 6 I used a sanding mop (also called a star sander) on my drill press to soften the edges. Step 7 Paint the bunnies and carrots with bright colored craft paints. These are just cheap paints you can find at a craft store for a dollar or two. Dip the back-end of your paintbrush into black paint and just dab a dot in for the eyes and nose. If you want to order a nice kit, check this one out. Step 8 Cut craft store felt for the carrot leaves. I didn't use a pattern. Just long triangles to make them look like leaves of the carrot. I used two different colors of felt for a bit of variety. Step 9 Tack the felt to the end of the carrots with a brass nail. The brass really makes it sparkle. Final Project
  12. Easter is on April 1st this year. So you have plenty of time to prepare for the holiday. This challenge is open to interpretation. Just do something for Easter. This could be: Toys for the Kids Easter Baskets Candy holders Easter decor Bunnies...bunnies...and more bunnies. Bowls, place settings, napkin rings, centerpieces, etc for Easter Dinner Religious/Faith based projects Good Friday related It's up to you. This is your chance to be creative and make something for Easter. Post a pic or your Easter project here. I can't wait to see what you come up with!
  13. Everyone's starting the Christmas stuff, thought I'd be different. Here's a couple of Easter egg boxes just waiting for the flocking. Size is approx 5.5 x 4 x 1.25". One walnut with mesquite root lid and the other bubinga with bubinga/yellowheart/maple lid.
  14. As promised here are the other 2 that I was working on.I don't know who made the patterns there were no name on them.I have had them for a few years.Who ever you are Thank You for 2 Beautiful patterns
  15. My latest cutting a pattern by Sully,I'm getting ready for the Easter Wknd,I had 2 more but my batteries died.I will post them soon.
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