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old ski- to- new santa

Posted by ess1 (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 29, 04 at 18:41

I "recycled" one of the pair of old skiis into a Santa face . Thinking about a snowman for the other ski , or not.


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RE: old ski- to- new santa

Oooooohhhh.....I collect Santas, so I can tell you right now, a "ski" Santa I do not have, well I do have one on skis, but not one made from a ski!!!! Fantastic....hmmmm wonder where I can find an old ski in Ohio!! lol


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Oh, man! He looks good! Hoew about a Mrs. Santa for the other one???


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AHHH! I love the santa!!!!!! kylie


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No Fair!! I wish I could paint like that!!!


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Wonder how an old fence picket would look fixed like that.
I can't paint good but maybe it would look halfway like old Santa. haha


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How about turning it upside down and making a tree? You could do the same things as you did for santas wiskers and make a few triangle cutouts to delineate the tree shape? I like how you made it his entire face, so cute.


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I like your Santa ski. Is it a water ski? You could paint Santa on an old surfboard, snowboard, sled or tobaggan.

Now a days I'm looking at everything around me that would make a painting surface. I still have my old skates to paint up.

Another idea for an object to paint Santa on would be a lobster buoy. They are oblong with a hanger on top.
If you google santa+buoy you should see what I mean.

Cozy


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RE: old ski- to- new santa

What a neat idea! How about a reindeer for the other one--Rudolph perhaps??? Sort of like the clothespin reindeer on a bigger scale---cute!


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