Every child wants their very own dog to ride on! Make their dream come true with our toddler scooter project. Features a lazy suzan bearing for smooth, easy steering. Project measure 26 inches long with an 8 inch high seat height.
What child wouldn't want their very own bear to ride! Make their dream come true with our toddler scooter project. Features a lazy suzan bearing for smooth, easy steering.
Build this Army caravan with your table saw. All parts are cut from 3/4 inch thick lumber. Just the right size to use with those little green plastic toy soldiers! This woodworking plan provides full size illustrations, exploded view diagrams and instructions.
Tiny cars for tiny hands. Make them on your scroll saw from scraps of 3/4 inch thick lumber, an ideal way to use up scrap wood. The woodworking plan includes fourteen different designs, cars, trucks, vans and 6 different animal shapes.
Twin horses trot up and down in the beloved style of an old teeter totter. Designed so it can be used indoors or out. Made from pieces of 2x10, 2x12 and some 3/4 inch thick lumber for the overlays on the horse heads.
What child wouldn't want their very own pony to ride! Make their dream come true with our toddler scooter project. Features a lazy susan bearing for smooth, easy steering. Make with 6 inch diameter poly wheels which can roll smoothly.
Friendly giraffes with long necks display baseball caps. Wood pegs hold clothes, backpacks, baseball gloves, etc. Helps keep room organized. Made from 3/4 inch thick lumber. It measures 38 inches tall x 18 inches wide when built.
Patrol the harbour, river, lake or bathtub. A smooth, easy to hold boat for children to play with. Make from 1/4 and 3/4 inch thick lumber. All patterns for this woodworking set of plans are drawn to full scale. Measures approx. 3-1/2 inches high x 8 inches long.
Easy to make, this little police car is cut from a scrap of 1-1/2 inch thick lumber. Kids love them - so make lots of them! The blueprint pattern is drawn showing full size parts diagrams. Measures 4-1/2 inches long.
A fun-to-play-with chopper with two propellers that turn and a big 3 inch diameter front cockpit. The parts patterns in this woodworking blueprint are drawn full size. Measures 7-1/2 inches long. Make it from your scrap wood bin.
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.
Kids, grandkids and even adults will enjoy testing their skill. The top is decorated with jungle animals. Standard 3-1/2 inch bean bags are thrown into the holes. Full size patterns of each animal are provided along with all necessary drawings and instructions to build the board.
Test your skill with this old fashioned game of ring toss. Toss the plastic rings in assorted colors one at a time and try to ring a peg. All patterns drawn are full size. Measures 12 inches wide x 12 inches tall.
A child’s creativity will be right on track to express themselves at this activity desk. Books store in the cab, and a large storage space inside the engine will hold art supplies or toys. Sturdy coal car stool with more storage space can be stowed away under the desk when not in use.
The kind of truck you wished you had when you played with Lincoln Logs® at toy stores, but you'll have to make the truck yourself. All pattern parts are drawn full scale. Measures 27-1/4 inches long x 7-3/4 inches high.
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.
What better place to put dolls and their accessories than in this cute little cottage? Made mostly from 1/2 inch thick plywood. Patterns parts are drawn to full scale size. Measures 18-1/2 inches high x 23-1/2 inches long x 14 inches deep.
These stick ponies, sometimes known as hobby horses, are ideal for horseplay. Your young cowboy or cowgirl will enjoy them for hours. From lumber that is 3/4 inch thick, all sections can be made. Parts drawings for both projects are included in the blueprints.
The wheels in the foot of this innovative pull-toy turtle truck allow it to roll. For the turtle's shell, four layers of colourful geometric shaped wood blocks join together in the truck bed. The entire project was constructed out of 3/4-inch thick lumber.
Make just four different front and rear halves and several tops and let the kids combine them in different ways to make dozens of different cars. Parts fit together on 3/8 inch dowels. Easy to build f...
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