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  1. Candy Dispenser [Kids Project]

    During a random trip to the library with my daughter, we picked up the book Build it with Dad for her to "read". While she was perusing it, I suggested she pick a project we can make together. She picked the candy dispenser. So this Sunday afternoon, I helped the kids build their candy...
  2. Candy Dispenser

    Once again, another project that the scouts put together. These were pre-cut in kit form with some drilling and cuttting needed to finish the project. The candy would sit above the dowel rod and when the dowel rod is spun, it would drop a candy down the "sliding boards" and out the hole in the...
  3. CNC to M&M

    I have access to a CNC so I have been learning/playing. Saw this candy dispenser and just had to try one. Cut the parts out of an MDF sheet. When clamped I noticed the gear did not spin freely as it is the same thickness as the spacer behind it. A couple of paper shims above/below the spacer...
  4. Candy Dispenser from the junk pile

    Yes, It's a bubble gum machine. I needed to quickly make a small gift and in my search realized a candy machine might met the requirements. Decided to use the plans from Steve Good's scrollsawworkshop website (who is here on LJ). Used scraps from other projects laying around, even the dowels...
  5. Red Oak Candy Dispenser

    A couple of weeks back I made this candy dispenser out of red oak. This was such a fun project to make, and I made a YT video for those interested (see below) in how I made it. I bought dimensional lumber from the home improvement store and just used the miter saw for cross cuts. Didn't have to...
  6. Candy Dispenser

    It's been a while since I posted a project. I'm a fair weather woodworker and now that the weather has turned a little warmer here I decided to make a little sawdust. This candy dispenser is made with a few short cut off pieces of leftover Walnut and a little #1 grade pine. I bought the little...
  7. Skeleton candy dispenser

    This is a candy dispenser I made this weekend ( I got the idea from Steve ramsey ( wwmm) )
  8. Piano Man Candy Dispenser - UPDATE

    You can order the plans online using this link: Piano Player Plans Since I first made this I had a lot of email requests asking me if I had plans for it. Well after many hours I've put together a very detailed Print-N-Cut set of them. I'm bascially giving them away for Only $4.95. I took a dozen...
  9. Candy Dispenser

    I built this as a Christmas present for my little girl. It is made from red oak and the finish is simply wiped on mineral oil. I'll probably have to redo the bottom since I underestimated the speed at which gravity will propel M&Ms out of the chute. Some of the M&Ms come to rest in the tray...
  10. Candy Dispensers Using Repurposed Butcher Block Table Top

    My neighbor found a butcher block table top out for trash pick up and he wanted to know if it would make a good table for outdoors use. I told him no these are made for indoor use only if it got wet it would just fall apart. He said ok you can have it if you want it. (Later on I built him and...
  11. M&M Dispenser

    Just a fun little project done between the bigger ones. Walnut sides, oak base, oak ply back, plexi front, mystery wood dowel, all with natural danish oil finish
  12. Clown Candy Dispenser

    This Clown Candy Dispenser is the perfect project to get kids into the woodworking shop. It is inspired by the one at Underground Woodworking who sponsored a contest over at WorkshopAddict.com. Evelyn and I won the contest so she was thrilled. Thanks to Mike at Underground Woodworking for not...
  13. Candy Dispenser

    Well I finally got around to using the plans that Rockbuster (Don) sent me. Both Don and Bob Wemm got their candy dispensers made in a hurry. Bob even went as far as to make a Double Barrelled Candy Dispenser. Living in Florida is nice but it sure does get hot out there in my shop during the...
  14. Candy Dispencer's Anyone?

    Just getting some gifts made for the little ones. I made 8 of these but I'm only showing 7 because Hobby Lobby ran out of little drawer pulls that I was using for the feet or legs. I need a break! Thanks for looking in! All comments excepted good or bad! A little late posting this but here's a...
  15. Double Barrelled Candy Dispenser- Bit of FUN.

    Following on from the recent M & M Dispenser posts, Rockbuster and Woodshaver and myself had a bit of fun and tossed a few ideas around until finally the "Challenge" was laid down. "OK Smart arse, make one", so here it is. It is constructed from building pine, with the centre part dyed. There is...
  16. Double duty M&M Candy Dispenser

    Keeping up with Rockbuster and Bob Wemm is near impossible at the rate they both put projects out. Don (Rockbuster) inspired Bob and I …or kind of challenged Bob and I to make a single M&M dispenser using a plan he sent to us. I was trailing behind them both but I got that project done and...
  17. A cool addition to my m&m Candy Dispenser!

    I added a removable donation box to one of my m&m dispensers. I can leave it on or just unhook it and only a small pin will be visible. I don't need the money I just thought it would look cool to do this. There is no end to what you can do with these m&m dispensers. Ok, Now it's your turn Don...
  18. Bunny Jelly Bean and Candy Dispenser

    I had lot's of suggestions about a Bunny that delivers Jelly Beans, so here it is. I know it's a little late for Easter but it is still a fun project. Below is a quick video of how it works. The pattern can be obtained here. The Bunny Pattern
  19. Trump Candy Dispenser

    Figure carved from basswood, mounted on walnut base. Figure holds a movie-sized box amount of M&Ms or Reese's, fillable by mouth. Bend him over and about 10 pieces come out at a time. Just a little silliness for those that can handle it! :)
  20. Toothache Hotel - A Morality Play

    It was late, late at night when the Munchies stealthily attacked Toothache Hotel. All of the guests were sound asleep, not even dreaming of what horrors lay in store….... Lounging in Suite 1 were Mr. and Mrs. M & M, a colourful couple albeit with a very shopworn alias. Nutty they were. "You...
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