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Cyndi-Joslyn Cyndi-Joslyn is offline

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  1. muknill15
    11-20-2013 05:08 PM - permalink

    I want to thank you for writing the book of carving Santas from around the world. I have learned so much from your step by step approach, you are very easy to follow. Now i just need to work on developing my own patterns.

    thanks again,

  2. mgduffy1
    03-30-2010 08:07 PM - permalink
    Hi Cyndi, I am a former pupil who took many of your on-line courses. I was wondering if the "angel" and the "heirloom Santa" projects could be purchased individually
  3. Cyndi-Joslyn
    02-04-2010 12:42 AM - permalink
    Weinnachtsman's brim is carved in a similar way as the traditional santa.....with a v-shaped divot in the front center. Then I added the texture with a micro v tool. Paint with a ivory color and antique with a medium brown antiquing medium.
  4. Rolf
    01-07-2010 02:47 PM - permalink
    Hi Cyndi......I picked up a copy of Carving Santas from around the world. I liked the book alot. it made me a better carver. I really like how the book takes you step by step, from begaining to end. I enjoyed it alot Thank you PS-I just have a question on the southern German santa. around has hat how did you carve and paint the brim.

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