457Re: [ABANA_Affiliate_Newsletter_Editors] looking for Christmas plans [1 Attachment]
- Nov 4, 2013Hi Fred,Thank you so much for the Christmas items. I’m going to put the angel in my December issue and maybe make a few for presents too!Let me know if it gets too cold, maybe you could come down and demonstrate for one of our meetings, or just come find a comfy seat near the fire.David ReddyEditorFlorida Clinker Breaker813 875 2098From: Frederick MikkelsenSent: Sunday, October 13, 2013 11:52 AMSubject: Re: [ABANA_Affiliate_Newsletter_Editors] looking for Christmas plans [1 Attachment]Eric and others,Here are 2 PDF files of the requested materials.I'll send 2 e-mails as the files may be too large for anyone with dial up.Fred Mikkelsen, NEB editor emeritusOn Sun, Oct 13, 2013 at 12:18 AM, Eric Klaus <eric.klaus@...> wrote:If anyone has or knows where I can find these plans, or if they sound familiar at all, please let me know, I would sure appreciate it. I'm sure my copies are safe and sound together on a shelf, right where I put them.2. 3-D christmas snowflake ornament ... maybe 1/2" or 3/4" material, three band saw cuts from one direction, then three from other side @ 90 degrees .. similar idea to unfolding a fredrick's cross, but turns into a 3-D snow flake.Somewhere, I have two newsletters sitting together, because I put them together so I would know exactly where they were because they had plans in them I wanted to try for this Christmas ... I'm sure they are safe in that spot .... can't find the spot .....1. Christmas angel ornament ... I think it was 1/4 x 1 stock, fuller down teh neck, chisel cut the wings, then thin/spread wings and robe with hammer.
I'm looking for two different plans that I saw in newsletters within the last year or two.Any other Christmas theme ideas floating around this year?Thanks,
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