Fill Grampa's hat with small gumballs, then turn the chamber dowel in the brim of his hat, and a gumball will fall through his face! For more gumball dropping fun, turn the knobs on his back to turn his eyes, nose, and whiskers.
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For the cost of a mason jar and a dollars worth of wood, this candy dispenser is so simple to make and can be made so quickly that you could probably sell them for less than ten dollars at craft ...
Turn the pups nose and a gumball drops into an paw. Both adults and children enjoy these cute gumball dispensing machines. Gumballs are held in a one pint mason jar.
Turn their nose and a gumball drops into an awaiting paw or hoof. Both adults and children enjoy these cute gum ball dispensing machines. Gum balls are held in a one pint mason jar.
Bubbles the cow's tail can be lifted, and a gumball will fall into the bucket. Around 125 9/16 inch diameter gumballs of standard size can be stored in the cow's stomach cavity. The project's wooden milk bucket in the back collects the gumballs.
An old folktale tells of a goose that produced golden eggs. Every time you lift the tail a gum ball is laid! This project is equally beloved by adults and children. Individual parts for the plan are drawn full size. Height is 14-3/4 inches.
A moose that dispenses gumballs! Simply lift his tail and a single gumball drops into the catch basin. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. Pictured made with 1/4 inch birch plywood and 3/4 inch inch pine.
Fill Grampa's hat with small gumballs, then turn the chamber dowel in the brim of his hat, and a gumball will fall through his face! For more gum ball dropping fun, turn the knobs on his back to turn his eyes, nose, and whiskers.
This colorful machine delivers gum balls, along with exciting pinball-style action. It is just the thing for your game room. Full sized patterns are included with the plan along with a materials and...
Whip up this little project in a weekend. Simple to build and simple to use.
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