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View the winners of our latest gallery contest.
The nearly 100 submissions to our Scraptacular gallery contest served as proof-positive that workshop scraps are dripping with potential when put in the hands of a capable craftsman. Your entries ran the gamut from examples of useful storage, to lyrical instruments and purely artistic expressions.
Congratulations to you all, and especially to our three winners. If you didn’t take home a prize this time, fret not, we’ve got plenty more challenges in the works!
First Place – Eye Candy
Second Place – Dulcimer
Third Place – Home is Where the Hearth Is
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I was surprised that I actually won, there were so many great entries to choose from.Thanks to everyone who participated. I also want to thank FWW for holding this event and for the DVD set I won.
Good to see FWW.Signed up tonight.
As an old guy, I have issues number 1 through 2xx.
The first skinny issue was not in color. When FWW was finally printed it color, what beauty you could see in the woods.
Amazing projects I had a nephew that put me onto FWW. He built a barn,apartment from scratch using the joinery often shown in FWW.
Congratulations winners! There were some really neat projects submitted for this contest. It's fun to see what people can do with just a few "scraps"!
Hi Tom, we'd be happy to fill you in.
Over 1,000 site users voted in the poll and here are the percentages:
Eye Candy: 21%
Home is Where the Hearth Is: 14%
Also, keep in mind that to keep folks from voting multiple times for there own piece and in the interest of fairness, we limit voting by IP address, username, etc, etc.
I am curious as to how the voting went. Any chance you will post the vote totals?
Thank you FWW for holding this challange. It was an honor to place in it. A big thank you goes out to everybody that voted. Thanks!
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