A fun collection of coin banks that you can make with a jigsaw, scroll saw, bandsaw or even a fret saw. Start your children early with saving for themselves. Make one for yourself because we all know kids love to copy their parents!
Wood Bank woodworking plans - Fun, animal styles. Average 8 inches high. Five animals and two bank styles. Watch money accumulate with the original see-through bank with plastic sides. It is an encouragement...
This coin bank set of three delightful birds features a baby penguin, a chick and a baby owl are easy to build and a fun way to teach your child or grandchild to save money! Build them from 3/4 inch thick pine lumber. All patterns drawn full size.
Donât be fooled! It looks like a his and hers savings bank, but wait! When you drop a coin in the his side, it shoots over into the her side! Both coin slots lead to the hers side! Everyone gets a great laugh out of this coin bank! Full size woodworking pattern.
Who says money does not grow on trees! Plant this scrollsawn coin bank in a fertile location and feed its roots often for a bountiful harvest. Featuring a three dimensional growing design, this is one bank that makes saving fun.
These adorable puppies make saving fun for everyone not only children! Easy to build from 3/4 inch lumber. All patterns drawn FULL size. Finished banks measures approximately 8 inches high x 9 to 10-1/2 inches long.
Looking for a project that uses few materials and tools and will give a child an early start of saving? Then you have come to the right place. Kids will go animals as the coins they feed this friendly Money Hungry Giraffe zigzag down its neck and deposit in the see-through bank.
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