AND YOU COULD WIN s1000.00 IN CASH.
It's time to enter your best work in the 1995 AMERICAN WOODWORKER Excellence in Craftsmanship Awards Competition.
Send us photos of a project you've built, and you could win one of nine awards - including a cash prize of up to $1000. All types of woodworking projects are eligible: furniture, turnings, carving, sculpture, musical instruments, toys, ctc. You may enter up to three picccs. Entries will be judged for craftsmanship and design, but designs need not be original to win.
Amateurs, professionals, and students* will be judged separately.
• To qualify as a student you must l/e enrolled in a svood&orking school or funature design school in / 995.
Fill out the form on this page (or a photocopy) and mail it with:
1 ] A color photograph(s) or slide(s) of the piccc(s) you want to enter (up to three pieces). l.abel photos and slides with your name and address.
21 A description of each piece including dimensions and materials (100 words or less).
31 Include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for return of slides. (Sorry, prints cannot be returned.)
New Deadline for entries: June 1, 1995.
Finalists will be contacted for further information and winners will be announced in the December 1995 issue of American Woodworker.
The deadline for entries is June 1,1995.
American Woodworker is not responsible for entries lost, delayed or damaged in the mail or elsewhere. Incomplete entries will be disqualified. Decision of the judges shall be final.
1st Prize: •$1,000 cash •Commemorative award •Featured in
American Woodworker 2nd Prize: •$300 cash •Award certificate 3rd Prize: •$200 cash
Professional Category 1st Prize: •$1,000 cash •Commemorative award •Featured in
American Woodworker 2nd Prize: •$300 cash •Award certificate 3rd Prize:
1st Prize: •SI,000 cash •Commemorative award •Featured in
American Woodworker 2nd Prize: •$300 cash •Award certificate 3rd prize:
1995 American woodworker
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