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Not all projects have to be serious right? Took a little bit of time to build this, but was a fun little project and will make great gifts for nieces and nephews. I started out with some walnut I milled last winter and enjoyed taking it from log to finished project. Sometimes you have to shake the jar for a gum ball to drop, but otherwise it works great. Most challenging part was not eating all the gum balls trying to get the slide perfected!

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Very nice…I have seen a few folks making these…looks like fun
 

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Hello, nice work. I would like to know what kind of glue you used to
secure the lid of the glass jar, thank you.
 

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Mariva57 - I used hot glue to secure the lid to the wood top. Seems to work good and then to refill you just have to unscrew the jar and the lid stays glued to the top.
 

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This is Fun-tastic! Great design, wood and finish, very lucky kids to get one of those.

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Beautiful, I am sure your nieces and nephews will love them.
 

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Nice job with the vending machines. I think M and M's in all of them and having one in each room of the house would be just right. I am interested in what looks like folding sawhorses. Do you have more information about them? I'd like to see more of them too.
 
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