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Friday, April 2, 2010

how make a holder for painting small carvings

hi folk, in my rush to paint some of my easter baby chicks that i been working on, i found that it would be easier to put them on a stick, so on my way back from canada i thought of how i could do more than one and have a holder to let the carvings dry, and then i can do 6-12 of them at one time,
in the past i often wait till i have 10-15 santas to paint, since painting isnt my favorite thing, but i learned to enjoy it more and more, so i will use this holded for a bunch of different carvings that i will have to paint, watch the video you will see how handy this holder can be,,,
i often find that things dont need to cost a lot to make things that can be helpful , most of us have wood in our shops that we can use, sometimes simple projects can be the most fun to make, happy carving and painting , arleen

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