Create your own unicorn scroll saw puzzle using the free instructions and pattern available at the link. Have fun painting it too...maybe you could let the gift recipient paint it themselves.
Here is what puzzles us about this project: Is it a tempting toy for kids of all ages? Or a finely sculpted piece of the woodcrafters art? Well, whatever the case, we have come up with a design that ...
This puzzle looks simple...but its not! Cut from 1/2 or 3/4 inch pine or hardwood. The pieces may be stained, left natural,or painted the same or different colours as you choose. This pattern is a good way to practice the straight lines and precise angles. An easy project for kids to tackle to teach them patience and control. This is a 1 page pattern. Beginner skill level using a scroll saw should be able to accomplish this project easily.
This pattern is a good way to practice the curvy lines that can show up in more challenging projects. An easy project for kids to tackle. This is a 1 page pattern. Be sure to print all parts and join together to get the full size pattern. Beginner skill level using a scroll saw should be able to accomplish this project easily.
Russell Greenslades puzzles are not just playthings; many people display them as art. And the designs are great fun to scroll saw. Here are two of Russells originals, both of which make great year-rou...
Learning numbers, colors and shapes is fun with this box of puzzle blocks. Animal shapes fit into their matching blocks and then can be arranged inside the storage box. Easy to make from 3/4 inch pine and 1/4 inch plywood. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE.
Free patterns available in standard image format, use them for personal use. Site offers items as coloring pages but patterns are well sutied for intarsia or puzzle projects. Happy cutting! This information courtesy of Mistyâs Online Coloring Pages web site.
Kids will love it to pieces! Scrollsawers and kids will appreciate the clever design and eye-popping colors of this Russell Greenslade original. Look closely and you will spot not one but three bright...
This herd of happy animals is a puzzle within a puzzle, where each one can be assembled and repositioned on the slotted base for hours of play. With this plan you will learn how to scrollsaw perfectly fitted parts from two different wood species at the same time. Full size patterns included for all the animals, tractor and barn.
This vintage woodworkers magazine features the following projects (view the Larger Image Slideshow for pictures); Wood Locomotive, Slant Top Writing Desk, Silver Chest, Block Puzzle, Mirror Box and Wall Organizer. Articles discuss curved bandsaw fences, Viking furniture, drum sanders and drawer construction.
Works with either marbles or gumballs! Drop the ball in the turtles cheek and hold the maze in both hands. Tilt and move the turtle around to guide the ball through the maze and drop out the end. Make it challenging - try more than one ball at the same time! Lots of fun for children as well as adults! All patterns drawn FULL SIZE.
Park Jurassic in front of a youngster and watch his or her imagination go into high gear. It is dino-mite! With this plan you will learn how to scrollsaw perfectly fitted parts from two different wood species at the same time.
Assemble your jig saw puzzles on the large 24 x 36 inch work surface. Allows you to work at the convenience of your kitchen table, then just move the tray when you are not working on the puzzle. Two sliding drawers at each end hold hundreds of puzzle pieces. All patterns drawn FULL SIZE. Plan includes patterns for optional fold down legs to allow project to be used in bed. Project is made from 3/4 inch lumber and 1/8 inch hardboard.
Use this fun technique to turn any shape into a keyed keepsake box. Making a puzzle box could not be easier. Simply sketch in puzzled keys on two protruding parts of your design; then, use your bandsaw and scrollsaw to shape the parts. Here we take you through making this angelfish, but the technique can be applied to nearly any shape.
How is that scrap pile in the corner of the shop coming along? Getting any smaller? Here is one way to put some of your cherished chunks of thick stock to good use, producing casual gifts of irresistible appeal to young and old alike. Kids under ten can reassemble these puzzles in 30 seconds, grown-ups in only three or four minutes if they are sharp.
Since 1998, we have curated the Internet's largest online woodworking resources database.
Our pre-approved, hand-picked DIY project resources are updated daily. We work hard to ensure our database contains only safe, accurate woodworking desitnations for woodworkers and hobby crafters.