ScrollSawTreasures

High quality handmade scroll saw wall art home decor

Portland, Indiana · 274 Sales

ScrollSawTreasures

High quality handmade scroll saw wall art home decor

Portland, Indiana 274 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(106)

Announcement   Welcome to Scroll Saw Treasures! Here at Scroll Saw Treasures each piece of art I create is made all by hand using a scroll saw. No two items will ever be exactly alike. I take a great amount of pride in creating my items using the old fashioned ways and tools. I hope you enjoy your visit and if you have any questions please send me a message!

My name is Michael and I have been scroll sawing since 2005. I take a great amount of pride in each project that I cut. All of my items are high quality and I am sure you will enjoy them. Some of my favorite items to cut are Christmas ornaments, nature scenes, clocks, dogs and advanced fretwork. You will not find any laser work here. Although many people at art and craft shows think that they are cut using a laser.

Most of the items that I have for sale are cut out of 1/4" oak plywood with a 1/4" birch backer. Each item gets two coats of oak stain and three coats of poly for protection.

Please note that once I sell an item I will make a new one and then re-list the item for sale. I am able to save a lot of time doing this since I do not have to take new pictures and edit them each time I sell an item. By doing that the project that you order may have a different grain pattern to the wood than the one that is pictured. Other than that the pieces will be the same. If you would like to have me send photos of the exact item that you would be getting, please let me know.

I currently just list shipping prices for the United States, but I will ship anywhere. If you live outside of the United States please send me a conversation or contact me so I can give you a quote on your order.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

Thanks for stopping by and be sure to check back often for new items.

I enjoy providing you with quality hand sawn, painted and stained decorative woodworking pieces.

Announcement

Last updated on Feb 9, 2017

Welcome to Scroll Saw Treasures! Here at Scroll Saw Treasures each piece of art I create is made all by hand using a scroll saw. No two items will ever be exactly alike. I take a great amount of pride in creating my items using the old fashioned ways and tools. I hope you enjoy your visit and if you have any questions please send me a message!

My name is Michael and I have been scroll sawing since 2005. I take a great amount of pride in each project that I cut. All of my items are high quality and I am sure you will enjoy them. Some of my favorite items to cut are Christmas ornaments, nature scenes, clocks, dogs and advanced fretwork. You will not find any laser work here. Although many people at art and craft shows think that they are cut using a laser.

Most of the items that I have for sale are cut out of 1/4" oak plywood with a 1/4" birch backer. Each item gets two coats of oak stain and three coats of poly for protection.

Please note that once I sell an item I will make a new one and then re-list the item for sale. I am able to save a lot of time doing this since I do not have to take new pictures and edit them each time I sell an item. By doing that the project that you order may have a different grain pattern to the wood than the one that is pictured. Other than that the pieces will be the same. If you would like to have me send photos of the exact item that you would be getting, please let me know.

I currently just list shipping prices for the United States, but I will ship anywhere. If you live outside of the United States please send me a conversation or contact me so I can give you a quote on your order.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

Thanks for stopping by and be sure to check back often for new items.

I enjoy providing you with quality hand sawn, painted and stained decorative woodworking pieces.

Michael Landers

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Michael Landers

German Shepherd wall plaque scroll saw cut--50df
German Shepherd wall plaque scroll saw cut--50df
$54.75
Scroll saw cut dog with a duck in its mouth--1do
Scroll saw cut dog with a duck in its mouth--1do
$50.00
Horse in a leaf scroll saw cut--3h
Horse in a leaf scroll saw cut--3h
$31.25
Scroll saw cut Boston Terrier--7df
Scroll saw cut Boston Terrier--7df
$37.00
Healthcare scroll saw cut wall plaque--23cr
Healthcare scroll saw cut wall plaque--23cr
$87.00
Deer in a leaf scroll saw cut--6de
Deer in a leaf scroll saw cut--6de
$48.00
Pit Bull scroll saw cut wall plaque--48df
Pit Bull scroll saw cut wall plaque--48df
$45.00
Firefighter cross scroll saw cut--28cr
Firefighter cross scroll saw cut--28cr
$76.50
Sawblade of two ducks on the water--9sb
Sawblade of two ducks on the water--9sb
$45.00
Great Dane scroll saw cut wall plaque--21df
Great Dane scroll saw cut wall plaque--21df
$36.75
Jesus Loves Us Ribbon scroll saw cut--17p
Jesus Loves Us Ribbon scroll saw cut--17p
$41.00
Wooden state of Kentucky scroll saw cut--3st
Wooden state of Kentucky scroll saw cut--3st
$42.50
Buck deer head in a leaf scroll saw cut--3de
Buck deer head in a leaf scroll saw cut--3de
$35.25
State of Ohio scroll saw cutting--2st
State of Ohio scroll saw cutting--2st
$42.00
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Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars
(106)
Leona Horvath

Leona Horvath on Apr 1, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Great job!!! Very professional. Always pleased with work.

donuts328

donuts328 on Mar 28, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

The end result was just beautiful! I bought two for my grandson's and it's a gift for them for Easter. Michael does awesome work and is awesome to work with. You won't be disappointed :)

Linda Hopkins

Linda Hopkins on Jan 10, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

I wanted this to mount on the door to my husband's office. His nickname is "Catfish". They enlarged it so it would fit the door better. It is absolutely beautiful.

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Updates

Sold 2 of these clocks with blue backers yesterday. Currently I have one with a red backer left. Great item for a pastor or religious person to help remind them of their faith and church family.
Beautiful hand cut picture of a lady barrel racer.
It's snowing here today but I'm thinking warm thoughts of summer, relaxing and fishing!
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About

From a raw board to beautiful home decor!

Welcome to Scroll Saw Treasures! My name is Michael and I have been interested in woodworking for many years.

I have always been interested in woodworking and carpentry and thought if there was a way to make a living working with my hands and wood I would love to try and make that happen.

It all started when I was in kindergarten my family decided to build a new home on our own. I really enjoyed all of the aspects of the build. This was a great way for me to learn about hard work and all of the necessary tools that are needed to make a home. Later I was involved in 4-H for many years doing very well in the woodworking category. With the guidance of my grandpa and dad I was able to learn many different aspects of woodworking. I had many different projects displayed at the state fair during my 4-H years. I think this is where I started to get my love of woodworking.

I got interested in scroll saw woodworking when I received a pattern book in the mail from a pattern dealer, and as they say the rest is history. I started sawing with my grandpa's old scroll saw and quickly wore it out. Then I bought a nicer model and wore it out too. As I continued to hone my skills I decided it was time to break down and purchase a high quality saw. I did so and have been really happy with the results I have been able to produce with it.

I am a self taught scroll saw artist. Everything I have learned has come from reading books and trial and error. The way I create my projects may not be the same way the guy down the road will do it. I have found this process works really well for me.

Here is a quick step by step process to how I take a project from a raw board to the beautiful piece you will display in your home.

1. Cut the wood to fit the pattern you are going to saw.
2. Apply blue painters tape to the wood.
3. Use spray glue to attach the pattern to the tape that is on the wood.
4. Wrap the project in packing tape. This helps extend the life of the sawblade.
5. Cut the exterior of the pattern.
6. Drill all of the interior holes.
7. Thread the scroll saw blade in each hole and cut the interior designs. This can happen hundreds of time on some projects. Depending on the amount of detail in each piece.
8. Remove the pattern from the wood.
9. Carefully sand the project.
10. Blow all the dust off the cutting.
11. Apply two coats of stain.
12. Apply three coats of poly.
13. Remove any little "fuzzes" that the poly process adds to the cutting.
14. Apply a hanger.
15. Attach a label with my contact information on it as well as a label to give credit to the pattern designer if I did not design the piece.
16. Prepare the cutting for shipping.
17. Your job: DISPLAY WITH PRIDE!!!

As you can tell from all of the steps involved this is a very detailed and complex process, but once the project is complete it provides you with a great sense of accomplishment.

It is my hope that you will enjoy and see the value of each and every cutting that I produce.

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  • Michael Landers

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator

    Welcome to Scroll Saw Treasures. My name is Michael and I have been creating beautiful wooden home decor items since 2005. I am a self taught scroll saw artist and I take a great amount of pride in creating each and everyone of my items!

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Last updated on Mar 15, 2016
Frequently asked questions

Custom and personalized orders

I will gladly accept custom orders.
Most custom orders take between 4-6 weeks to complete.
Once you send me the information you are looking to have incorporated into your piece I will make a pattern free of charge for you to look at. I will send the pattern to you and try to explain it to help you get a vision of what the final piece will look like. If you are happy with the pattern I will proceed to cutting it out. If you would like to make changes I can do that too. I want to make sure you are happy with the piece I am going to create for you before I start.

Gift wrapping and packaging

Most all orders will come in a white box. The item will be wrapped in bubble wrap and carefully packaged in craft paper inside the box. I always include a copy of your invoice in the box. If you are sending this order as a gift please let me know and I can omit the invoice.