Toy boxes and storage chests keep the room tidy and help teach kids to put their toys away after playing. These woodworking plans provide first class instructions for beginners to build, using full sized patterns. Just trace and cut!
The plan says: Youngsters love storing things away particularly for an imaginary trip to China or to put animals to bed at night. This toy chest provides ample storage for blocks, pull toys, etc. Full size pattern contains complete directions for making as well as decorating chest.
We hope you enjoy our 3-in-1 children furniture piece, a combination design of rocker, highchair and desk. With no moving parts, this sturdy piece of furniture can be constructed from 3/4 inch thick plywood material (or solid lumber). You can easily narrow or widen the width of the project to accommodate 1 or 2 children. Measurements provides are for the highchair, its play area (tray surface) is 32 inches off the floor.
Chest woodworking plans - Modify to make a toy chest blanket chest or cedar chest. The chest plans are three projects in one: a toy chest, blanket chest or cedar chest. The classic cabriole style leg...
This is a vintage woodworking plan. The description of the plan says the following:<p><i>Your boy will get a tremendous kick out of this modern transport truck, as a toy truck, and as a chest for his small toys when the day is done. The chest [can be] built of a 4x4 panel of 1/4 inch plywood, several feet of a 12 inch board and a few feet of 1x2. The rubber-tired wheels are of an easily obtained stock make. Six or ten may be used. The chest is simple to build with Pattern 1292, which shows irregularly-shaped parts in full size to trace on wood, and assembling details. Lettering for body and license plates is printed on the pattern, to cut out and paste on after finishing the wood.</i></p><p>The plan does offer a source for rubber tires (Sears Roebuck) but since this is an old pattern, the information is most likely out of date. Maybe you can find another source or maybe you have toys in your home that can be re-purposed for this project.
This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying. This chest will restore order in the playroom after an exciting day with toys. The children will love it and pick-up-time will become a happy time instead of a time to dread.
The Toy Box Wagon has many uses for a child. The open back design makes cleaning up toys fun and easy for kids. Imaginations can run wild using the wagon as a stage coach full of gold, or as a pioneer...
This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. View the Larger Image Slideshow to see the actual item you are buying. Often, you can build a better toy than you can buy. It is true of this attractive toy chest. You can cut out the parts and part them in an evening, then assemble them in several hours. Finishing the parts before assembly is easier, and prevents colors from running, one into another. The lion is a cut-out behind dowel-stick bars, The wheels have jigsaw overlays nailed to thicker stock, and spool hubs. Cutting can be done with ordinary hand tools, and the work is easy with the help of this craft pattern and its full-size parts.
This rugged toy box has solid-wood parts so it can handle kids scooping toys from it for generations to come. The sliding tray keeps smaller toys from being buried. And because of the simple screw-together joinery, you will have this toy collector built quicker than kids can make messes. Then, after its owner grows up, you can put it to work holding blankets, linens, or clothes.