Our best nativity scroll saw puzzle ever! The sky pieces in the upper corners, when turned upside down, become the buildings which complete the skyline. All puzzle pieces are 3/4 inch thick. Although almost any 3/4 inch wood can be used, we cut a 3/8 x 2 ft x 2 ft piece of Baltic Birch in half and face glued the halves together to make a very flat 3/4 inch thick panel. Puzzle pieces store in the oak framed display box which has a plywood bottom. Puzzle pieces and box bottom can be made from 1-1/2 sheets of 2 x 2 ft plywood. We kept it exceptionally easy to finish by painting only on the top surface of the puzzle pieces. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams and instructions to make the project as shown. When complete this Nativity Puzzle measures 11-1/2 x 23 inches.
The 19 series (products that start with 19-) are full size and printed on large sheets of paper created by Meisel Wood Hobby. Meisel closed their business on Oct 31, 2022. Their plans will continue to be sold on our web site. Any mention of hardware kits or related hardware supplies in their woodworking plans are no longer available. For items you cannot find locally in your hardware store, there are companies online that may carry similar product. These companies include CaseysWood.com, RonellClock.com, Klockit.com, WoodParts.ca, Rockler.com and Woodcraft.com.
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This Nativity scene puzzle woodworking plan includes the patterns for both nativity scene puzzles shown here. Display as a holiday decoration or use as a child's puzzle. Extremely easy to make from 1-1/2 inch thick scrap wood pieces.
This beautiful sculptured look is so easy to do! Cut the individual pieces on your scroll saw, round over the edges slightly on a sanding drum, paint the pieces and then glue them to a plywood backing. This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams and instructions.
Our best nativity scroll saw puzzle ever! The sky pieces in the upper corners, when turned upside down, become the buildings which complete the skyline. All puzzle pieces are 3/4 inch thick. We kept the design exceptionally easy to finish by painting only on the top surface of the puzzle pieces.
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