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Making Tiny Toys in Wood

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Create charming holiday decorations that double as small toys with this easy-to-follow guidebook. Full-size scroll saw patterns and step-by-step instructions are provided for 15 working wooden toys and ornaments. From tugboats and tractors to windmills and wagons, these nostalgic moving toys make great Christmas ornaments as well as keepsake gifts for family and friends. And these simple scroll saw projects don't take a lot of time, wood, or tools to make. They're a great way to reuse and repurpose scrap wood, and require only minimal painting. All you need is a scroll saw, a drill, and some glue to create memorable family heirlooms. You can create them assembly-line style and fill a tree--or make a lot of gifts--with just an afternoon's work. Better yet, get a youngster or two involved in the cutting, painting, and assembling.


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Pages 48
Publish Date 2017-10-03
Size 8.5" x 11.0" x 0.11"
Author Howard Clements
Product Form Paperback / softback


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Canadian Woodworking and Home Improvement
"These are fairly uncomplicated plans -- any woodworker worth his sawdust should be able to make one in an evening. Even if you're new to the craft these plans are about as basic as you can get. And, because they're so small -- most are about 3" long -- it's a great way to use up some of those left over pieces of wood you've been stashing away."


About the Author

Howard Clements is an award-winning Pennsylvania scroll saw enthusiast who has been addicted to woodworking for more than 65 years. Making Tiny Toys in Wood is his first book. In addition to making toys and other small items, Howard makes models for use in lawsuits and in the courtroom.

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