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Woodcarving Illustrated magazine - Issue #29 - holiday 2004

Length: 100 pages2 hours


Carving a Traditional Flat Santa
Here is a easy-to-carve holiday ornament idea that's as fun to carve as it is to give.

Quick Carve Snowman
Once you master the simple techniques, it is easy to personalize these holiday
favorites for everyone on your gift list.

Egghead Santa
Several gift ideas can “hatch” from this project suitable for beginners.

2004 Ward World Championships
Celebrate wildlife carving with winners of the world-class competition in Ocean City, Maryland. Don’t miss the 2005 event set for April 22-24.

Sleeping Chickadee Christmas Ornament
Nestled in the branches of a Christmas tree, this bird-carving project is perfect for that “Silent Night.”

Edible Art
Now you’re cooking! Gene Wilson’s carved wooden cookie molds. Includes authentic recipes.

Gifts for Carvers
A gift for any budget. Check out the latest and greatest.

Woodcraft Santa Contest
Bruce Futterer’s Santa with Toboggan wins from a talented field of 147 entries.
Make sure you enter this year’s contest by November 30, 2004, at your local
Woodcraft store.

Carve a Fan Design
Six easy steps to this classic furniture carving detail.

Whittling a Miniature Flower
Pro whittler Chris Lubkemann’s latest quick & easy project.

Peeking Santa Ornament
You’ll have fun quickly creating this project to hang on your tree or to surprise
friends with.

Carving a Bulldog Bulletin Board—Part II Painting

Carve and Print Your Own Holiday Cards
Adapt traditional block printing methods and carve your own holiday card design.

All About Drawknives, Spokeshaves and Scorps
Explore these traditional cabinetmaking tools and how they can make a carver’s life easier.

Regular Columns

Publisher’s Corner
From Our Mailbag
News & Notes
Tips & Techniques
Reader Gallery
Relief Column from Lora S. Irish
Calendar of Events
Advertising Directory

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