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This project has a four player cribbage board on top. Open the hinged lid and the storage compartment holds a deck of cards, cribbage pegs and a complete set of dominoes. This plan shows how to make either a double six set of dominoes (28 dominoes) or a double nine set (55 dominoes). This project looks spectacular in walnut.
This machine gun, nicknamed the Tommy Gun can be displayed on a wall plaque or you can place it next to the other guns in your gun cabinet. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. Wall Display Plaque measures 11 inches high x 40 inches long.
Watch and learn about the fascinating world of ants. Educational and fun for all ages. Watch ants dig tunnels and make chambers which they use for nurseries, food storage and resting places for worker ants. Plan includes an inexpensive source for ordering ants as well as 5 different experiments suitable for science projects.
Build this beautifully crafted urn as a special tribute for a loved one. Perfect for display on a shelf or mantle in your home. This plan included segmented designs for a heavenly angel on the side and a cross with dove for the top. When completed, it measures 8-3/4 inches square and 13-1/8 inches tall. Designed to hold one gallon screw top jar inside.
This is a vintage woodworking plan set. 5 different projects, featuring full size patterns and instructions to build it yourself. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying.
Show off your collection and your woodworking skills in this classy magazine file. Each file holds 16 issues of WOOD Magazine. The complete 25-year set requires 12 files. Use your favorite wood species to contrast with the maple sides, or choose a variety of species, one for each file you build.
Ikebana, the Japanese art of arranging flowers, differs from Western practice by using asymmetrical form and including empty space as part of the composition. Any plant material, branches, leaves, grasses, moss, and fruit, may be used. The vase is considered an important part of the whole. With this simple project, you can create a pebbled stage for a few carefully chosen branches and blossoms. A source is provided with the plan for a flanged flower arranger.
The plan says: The enclosed pattern simplifies making these two decorative shadow boxes. Each makes a welcome yet inexpensive gift. Start a part-time business selling these boxes to your friends and neighbors. Pattern specifies materials needed and where each piece is used. No special tools or skill required.
Do you keep back issues of WOOD magazine for reference? To house both the past issues of WOOD magazine and the newly upsized version, build these handsome and handy magazine file boxes. These boxes are as good looking as they are durable, and they are dimensioned to fit both sizes of magazines. Included with the box designs are the box-joint jig plan and procedure to machine this strong and decorative joinery.
This is a vintage set of woodworking plans featuring 4 scrollsaw projects. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying.
Ebony inlays highlight this tapered, 16 sided staved vase. You can either turn the base for a smooth, round look, or skip the lathe work and display the faceted version. Three jigs are included with the plan to help with the process.
This project is a practical gift for those who insist that they hang their coats on door knobs! Make as long as you need or want. A humorous addition to any closet or entrance hallway. A very easy crafters project made from scrap pieces of wood! Easily scale the pattern on your printer to make the size you want. A perfect beginner project for scouting, guides and 4H Club woodworking projects.
Norm builds himself a 17th century hat rack suing steam bending techniques. The plan features the S-hook shaped jig form. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual paper plan you are buying.
A great scrap wood project! Make use of the left over exotic wood pieces for a wonderful presentation for your business cards atop the desk. The sample here uses wenge and zebrawood.
This colorful mobile includes Noah, his ark and twenty animals. It is perfect for your young childs room. Make this project on your scroll saw from 3/4 inch thick pine. Measures approximately 20 inches high.
Display flowers in the traditional Japanese way with this finely crafted Ikebana stand. In Japan, arranged flowers traditionally decorated a small niche in rooms where guests were received. Our vase incorporates a serene background for a few carefully selected blooms.
This is a vintage set of woodworking plans featuring 2 scrollsaw projects. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying.
Here is a design that turns a mundane household item into an accessory with personality. Stack cut sides and the simple lace-up corners make this a fine weekend project. It is a perfect excuse to get your young cowhand in to the shop.
Our artist rack is not only mobile and adjustable, but it folds own for easy storage. Perfect to use as a display rack, or as a functioning easel for painting. Easy to build, though basic knowledge of safely handling tools is necessary.
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 supplies list.
A window valance brings elegance to any room while performing a valuable serviceâhiding the rods and brackets that support curtains and blinds. Your wooden valance can be finished in a number of different ways, from paint to stain to wall paper borders. Use our plan to build your own.
With a handful of that scrap wood you have been keeping for a special project and three cylinder vases. We used spalted maple, walnut and a small amount of wenge to make the one shown here. Before making it you should have the vases, and we provide you with a source to buy them if you cannot find anything suitable at your local dime store.
Originally used to hold clay smoking pipes in its top compartment and tobacco in its drawer, this country accent is base on an Early American classic design. Invest an evening or two in its construction, and you will soon have pleasing storage for candles, matches, or anything else that suits your fancy.
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