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Fluffy is my DeWalt Scroll Saw. I call him Fluffy because he makes fluffy sawdust all over the place! He is in the place of honor in the living room of our home. He is warm, runs like a top and purrs like a kitten. He has been my bestest friend since March of this year. Doesn't he do good work?!

I make these for personal use right now as I don't think they are really sellable yet. But each day I saw, I learn more. So who knows where this will lead me? Right now I'm doing ornaments for our Christmas tree............

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Myself, Wolfie/Gina, does all of the scroll saw work you see in this gallery. The scroll saw was a birthday present last year. I love it! And all of the projects on these pages were done on the scroll saw. Not a jig saw! Very easy to do on the scroll saw! We love our Fluffy! And it has a place of honor in the living room!

As for what I do with them? Most are giving away.....This elk was given to a dear friend who put his pocket watch into the hole. It sits on his mantel now. Antique! Most of the other things you see were put on my Christmas tree. The basket of fancy fretwork reposes on the table in the living room and is used via the seasons for various displays. And will hold Christmas cards during the season.

Others - the ornaments - are hung in the windows as would be sun catchers, or on the Christmas tree, as we have a very natural Christmas tree filled with pine cones (the real ones), wooden 3D ornaments, and other round ornaments all made from wood plus some porcelain dolls. And lights. Lots of lights!

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