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This Telemark towel holder was painted in 2005 using JoSonja acrylics. The wood piece measures 5” x 9” and makes a good class project.
I incorporated two birds in this Telemark tray painted in 2003 using JoSonja acrylics. The tray measures 18” x 10 5/8” x 2 ¾” which includes short legs.
This Telemark tray was painted with a view of a landscape inside. The tray measures 18” x 10 5/8” x 2 ¾” which includes short legs.
This Telemark 12” pouring bowl (troys) was painted using JoSonja acrylics in 2006.
This is a good shape velkommen board for over a door, or turn it vertically for a long narrow space, using the same design, but turning the lettering.
This Transparent Telemark design was a 2009 SDP convention project. Kleister medium is used mixed into the paint to achieve the transparent effect.
The design is fun to paint freehand, but the design is included in the packet along with the directions and photographs of the steps.
This Tree Harvest sled is a companion to Pine Cone Harvest sled. I couldn't resist painting two of these sleds, wonderful projects for decorating a holiday door or entry way. This one is painted in the Telemark style with the Nisse harvesting his tree.
This tine I designed to hold the yarn so it wouldn't get tangled or the cats chew it up while I'm knitting. It works great and you can use two colors at a time feeding up through the holes in the lid.