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This is a guide about making a "Honey Do" hammer. This woodworking project creates the perfect gift for Father's Day or dad's birthday.
This is a guide about making trees using a scroll saw. A scroll saw allows you to cut intricate curves in wood more delicately than using a power jigsaw. It is the perfect tool for making decorative wooden trees.
Well I took it one step further I printed two copies of the same photograph. One on just regular paper, the other on glossy paper, I glued the plain paper photograph onto a blank piece of wood, which I found at a garage sale for $.50. Then I cut out the photograph on the glossy paper and glued it to the one on the wood blank, and presto I have pop out photograph which looks 3D.
Hope you enjoy. Oh by the way, the pitcher in the photograph is my grandson Brady McCoy from Sedan, Kansas.
By John from Haysville, KS
Use it to hold the child's artwork on the refrigerator. This is a craft that a child can help make.
An adult should cut the bear from the wood. Note: If you don't have a scroll saw, you could make this with a piece of art foam instead.
Use a toothpick dipped in the white paint to put the dot in the eyes.
By Harlean from Hot Springs, AR
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This duck is sure to delight the little ones. It is a wood project, and does require either a scroll saw or a jig saw, but the smiles of those little ones is a great reward in return for time spent on the project.