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Friday, October 10, 2008

Antique Calendar!

Hello everyone.

Here is a Picture of a Calendar that was left here at my Home when we bought it. This will be the next project that I Will be working on once I get my Scroll saw working again.

I'm just going to replicate it with a few little modifications. For example. The Day, Month and Year will have to be done by hand and Stencils, The paper used in the calendar are thicker then standard paper, and the Names of the Month and Week were printed on, I don't have the stuff to Print the items on that long of paper.

So There will be Some modifications done to make it Doable! I don't know the creator of this Calendar or anything, So I'm not taking credit for the original Craftsmanship.

Enjoy the Picture! Sorry bout my Table lol, Not as clean as my Shop is at the moment lol!


The Great Ethan Allen said...

Wow cool project. What a unique calender. I had to enlarge it to figure what was going on. Can't wait to see the finished project.

The Great Ethan Allen said...

Oh! hey thanks for the post on my blog. When I started out, I didn't know how to get people to read mine. Then I figured out you had to give to get so to say. So I started reading blogs and posting...even if just to say "I was here and read it" Then peopel started checking mine out. Also, I try to post a little something everyday, even if it is not about carving.

Jimmy "Handi" Warner said...


Not a problem. I try to post on everyone's I read also. It helps with traffic and networking. And you also get to make some Friends in the process!

Maybe throw in some tips and hints on how to do something, to help someone out, basically lend a hand if you can. Song by the Oak ridge Boys lol.

Anyway, I'm gonna be taking my scroll saw into the shop to have it checked out, pretty bad, not even a year old yet and it stopped working, if I knew craftsman was this bad on some machines, wouldn't have gotten them.

Then I will Get Started on the Calendar project. I think it's simple enough and unique enough to catch the eyes of the lookers.

Maybe inspire some more woodworkers or my little bit of viewers to construct such a project!

Well I need to get, I have to take my boy to Civil War Days here in Hartford City, In for part of his Cub Scouts Electives, so I'm gonna bid you farewell!