Turning Project You Don T Have To Tell Your Guests This Delicate Ornament Was Easier To Make Than Christmas Dinner
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Inside-Out Ornament Photos by Allan Cusworth; Lead photo by Rob Brown By using the inside-out turning technique, you will be able to create a Christmas ornament with a visible decoration inside.The ornament in this project will be approximately 3" high with a little Christmas tree inside a 2" teardrop-shaped oval opening.
I suggest you try the techniques on some scrap pieces of construction lumber before you start cutting into a piece of expensive wood.The learning curve can be steep but the results are certainly worth it.
I like to plan a project before placing any wood in the lathe because many design problems can be foreseen and solved ahead of time.I suggest that you at least make a sketch of your finished ornament showing the overall and detail dimensions for the outside and the inside.
The decoration for the inside can be a Christmas tree, snowman, candle or anything you can turn small.However, you must make sure that it is sized correctly to fit inside your finished ornament.There will be a chance to tweak that fit when you make the Christmas tree decoration later.
Preparing the Main Ornament BlankThe project requires a blank of dry wood, 2" x 2" x 6"...