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Patterns at School by Rebecca Felix

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9. Apply any additional designs or surface decorations that you desire. 10. Put covers on all paint cans and jars. Make sure they are really tight so that air cannot enter and dry up the paint. Store away from fires and warm places. 11. Clean the brushes very carefully. Shellac brushes are cleaned in alcohol. Paint, enamel, and varnish brushes are cleaned in turpentine or paint thinner. All brushes should then be washed with soap and warm water.

Connect the wires to the socket and male plug. After your lamp has been inspected, you can test it by plugging it into the electricity. Give the entire lamp a coat of stain and then wipe dry with a rag. Apply two coats of shellac. Put a small shade on your table lamp and it is ready to use. 9. CLOCK SHELF Materials Needed 1 piece of plywood ¼″ x 4″ x 20″ 2 pieces of 1-inch-square graph paper 8″ x 10″ 1 small tube or can of glue 1 dozen 1″ brads 1 piece of medium sandpaper 1 ¼″ paintbrush 1 small can of stain 1 small can of turpentine 1 small jar of shellac 1 small jar of alcohol Tools Needed 1 claw hammer 1 coping saw 3 coping saw blades 1 pencil 1 pair of scissors 1 vise In making this clock shelf you have an opportunity to be your own designer.

Thread the electric cord through the wooden portion of the lamp. Scrape the insulation off both wires at each end of the cord. Connect the wires to the socket and male plug. After your lamp has been inspected, you can test it by plugging it into the electricity. Give the entire lamp a coat of stain and then wipe dry with a rag. Apply two coats of shellac. Put a small shade on your table lamp and it is ready to use. 9. CLOCK SHELF Materials Needed 1 piece of plywood ¼″ x 4″ x 20″ 2 pieces of 1-inch-square graph paper 8″ x 10″ 1 small tube or can of glue 1 dozen 1″ brads 1 piece of medium sandpaper 1 ¼″ paintbrush 1 small can of stain 1 small can of turpentine 1 small jar of shellac 1 small jar of alcohol Tools Needed 1 claw hammer 1 coping saw 3 coping saw blades 1 pencil 1 pair of scissors 1 vise In making this clock shelf you have an opportunity to be your own designer.

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