Balancing Circus Stackers & Box Wood Toy Plans (PDF Download)
Balancing Circus Stacking Toys & Box $10.95
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Balancing Circus Stacking Toys & Box Wood Toy Plans
Plan Set Description:
Quick and easy to make!
All you need is a scroll saw and 3/4" scrap material to build the circus toys.
Toy box plans are included - Build with a table saw or band saw.
Each stacking toy is approx. 5" tall.
Quick and easy to make.
Color 8-1/2" x 11" pages with black & white pattern pages.
Required Tools & Supplies:
Build toys using scroll saw & 3/4" scrap material.
Build toy box using table saw or band saw and white pine.
Sandpaper and non-toxic stains or paints to finish.
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once again a very good wooden figure made for my children to help with their education with special needs
These plans proved a good manageable project and an excuse to learn to use a scroll saw. The box is a nice touch. However, as a previous reviewer mentioned, the box interior is just long enough to fit the stackers tightly. If I build these again, I would add a 1/4" to the box's length. I have a photo of the result posted in the forum.
This project turned out great. The only glitch - be sure you measure the width of the pieces - there is no room for error. I used 3/4" stock and the pieces wouldn't fit - had to buff each one off on the disc sander and then repaint. The end result was nice and my daughter has the box sitting on her tv for as a display - and for my granddaughter to use when she is a little older.