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Pyrography Volume 6 (2018) - Magazine Cover
 

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Summer Project: How to Make a Dream Catcher

Chase away the bad dreams and summer boredom with this simple dream catcher project by Suzanne McNeill in Vacation Crafting. 

Incredible, Not Edible, Wood Carving Art

These woodcarvers are expressing their love of food with these realistic food sculptures! We've all heard the term "too pretty to eat" but what about art "too realistic you want to eat"? Here are two culinary carving masterminds that will have your stomach rumbling — but remember they're made out of wood! 

David Mizejewski to Appear on Ellen Degeneres to Discuss Wildlife Conservation & New Book

David Mizejewski to Appear on Ellen Degeneres to Discuss Wildlife Conservation & New Book.

How to Make a Wooden Bowl without a Lathe

While wood bowls are typically made with a lathe, Carole Rothman shows how to use the more accessible scroll saw with this basic starter bowl.

Classic Cottonwood Bark Wood Spirit Carvings

When you’re walking in the forest, the trees seem so alive around you. That’s the inspiration for my green man in cottonwood bark.

Choosing Woods for Outdoor Projects

Outdoor wood furniture can survive for many years in the elements, but you need to choose wood carefully. A number of wood species contain natural oils that make them more resistant to rotting, insect infestation and degradation from ultraviolet sunlight than other woods.
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