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First off I want to thank you for posting this plan. This airplane is made from 3/4 pine. For the wheels I used a piece of hardwood I had laying around.
This parking lot was made to accommodate a collection of toy cars. It comprised of five upper decks for cars and small vans and a larger lower deck for
With just a few hand tools, make these easy woodworking projects. Ideal for beginners.
Hey Tony, Greetings from Woodstock, Georgia. We finished pony. My wife painted it. Thank you
I have cut out the pieces for the rocking horse, I would like to know what size bit to use to cut out the mane holes on the head, how deep and how far
Free woodcraft plans interesting project easy to make.
Thanks for the free plans! My daughter loves her new horse! Perfect size for a 2 year old (at least for mine).
Discovered one more vintage jeep pedal cars. Visit the page to download a copy of the plans, and best of all, it's free.
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I started the plan but soon found it to be way to small to allow for personal modifications and strengthening, so we restarted the project up-scaling the
I bought my daughter an Elf from the Elf on the shelf idea and decided they needed a magical castle like door way back to Santa. Made from 6mm MDF and
Hi I am building the Oscar rocking horse. This is the 1st time I am building a rocking horse.. I got a question regarding Step 5 - Making the legs and
Mark Joines, who also designed and made the Kermee toddler walker sent me this photo of the jigsaw puzzles he made. toddler walker plans. http://wooden-toy-plans.com/walker
This will be my first toy train. I will use a hole saw to make slices of the boiler. What is its circumference the plan does not say. I will have fun as
I'm making Rosie the rocking horse as a first Christmas gift for my baby. I cut everything out today and glues and clamped the head. Where do the wedges
Brand new just in time for Christmas. Unique one of a kind winch operated toy dump truck woodworking project. Easy to build with common hand tools using stock timber.
Easy enough for beginner, interesting enough for more experienced woodworkers.
If you have never made a wooden toy before, try making one of these. You will have as much fun making it as the diminutive protagonist will have playing with it.
Why not make two – one for yourself and one for the kids.
Special features include a winch safety braking system to protect little fingers.
Introductory price of only $7.50