I don't sell patterns of these.
 
Mini 3-D Projects
 
 
There are many patterns for 3-D pieces.  A specialist in designing them is Diana Thompson.  These are some of hers.  She has several book that have been published.
 
She is a painter.  I mean she paints the wood after the item has been cut.  I am not a good painter.  And I much prefer (most of the time) the natural finished beauty of wood to that of paint.
 
Their beauty is largely dependent on the wood chosen.  For example the cat is rather nondescript (except to an avid cat-lover) if not cut from Colorply. 
 
They seem too small to comfortably work with.  If you go to the FAQ page and in the lower Search box, type in 'Scrolling hands jig' you will find the way to cut them with confidence.  The deer is less than 2" tall.
 
 
 

 

 
 
You may have the impression I like to scroll small things.  You're correct.  The swan on the right is another of my favorites.  The bookmark is not a pattern of Diana Thompson's. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
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