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Here is a plan for an incredibly simple project. The minimalist design is both fun to make and functional. It is a great project if you do not have much time or material or if you are a beginner trying to gain some experience working with wood.
Here is a great project to use up some of the wood in your scrap pile. Build scrap wood snowflakes! You could always paint them white for added snowflakiness. Is that a word? Follow along at the link to see how to build them.
Have you ever considered building your own wood window shutters? Well.. now you can. Building these shutters is actually quite easy using the free woodworking plans available at the link. Step-by-step instructions.
These shoes are not perfect for every snow condition and WILL NOT replace regular, commercial sets. They are good for crusty snow, in my experience. For flotation- a little tough. :-)
Sjoelen is a Dutch shuffle board game, at least a century old, and a true family winter game. The objective is to shuffle the 30 disks in the four score boxes at the opposite end in three turns. A more even distribution gives a higher score. The base is made from 1/8 inches oak plywood, the score board is from maple and the rest is solid red oak. The main challenge was to find the right finish for a super smooth surface.<br>You need Adobe SVG View software to view the plan diagrams.
A Knock-Down Spray Booth for Non-Commercial, Home Use - Finishing with spray equipment is an awfully appealing way to get the job done. It is a good bit faster than using a brush, and with a little practice it delivers a smoother, more uniform, more easily finished finish.
This is a big project, it took me 4 days to complete. If your handy you could build it faster. It cost me less then $100.00 but I had some of the stuff lying around (plexiglass, vinyl, lights gauges, switches, most of the paint and stainless plates). My kids love this thing and they haven not stopped playing in it.
The following plan is for a sled that has minimum and maximum dimensions as shown. There is no absolute requirement for these dimensions, but these are typical of those used in most areas.
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