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  1. coloring books patterns

    I have heard several tomes that anyone can get patterns from coloring books, so My adventure started. I went looking in my home, my Daughters home in the stores, in both my son's homes, and I have come out with a few patterns that is making young parents, wanting me to hurry and finish alot of...
  2. Dollhouse style childs bed

    Birthday present for my now 5 year old daughter - same one that was in the rocking chair - they grow pretty fast. Bed is a doll house/bookcase headboard with a white picket fence footboard. A few sketches but mostly designed on the fly but based of typical twin bed dimensions for the mattress...
  3. Step Stool

    I am just a beginner. This bench came from my head kind of ad-hoc. It's for my Daughter. It made of Poplar.
  4. Chair for a little girl.

    I ,made this chair for my three year old daughter to go with the table I made her. It is made of pine with some color of minty green that my wife picked out from a free sample of Gliden paint she got from the companies web site. The seat opens and there is a box underneath. I didn't use all the...
  5. Boat Bed with Drawers | Custom

    This is a version of the boat bed I build a lot. I normally put a trundle under the bed, but on this one the customer wanted drawers. The customer also added portholes to the bed. If you notice on the picture I also built a matching chest of drawers. Normally I build the case goods with a...
  6. Rocking Horse

    The second project I ever built, again for my son as a 1st Christmas present. He's 2 1/2 now but still rides it every day. It was a challenge for me as I didn't have, and still do not have, a band saw. I started out trying to cut the pieces using a scroll saw but 4/4 oak doesn't lend itself to...
  7. Toy Saw For Childs Toolbox

    This is the first of a few kids sized replica toy tools I am making for my son for Christmas this year to go with his new workbench. It started out as a small saw from the dollar store that I reshaped into a more vintage realistic looking saw. The handle is modeled after a Disston D7 and the...
  8. Recently completed fire truck bed

    This is a fire truck bed that I made for my 4.5 year old son. It is based on a commercial plan although I modified the plan significantly. I wanted a bed that could be taken down so its general suprastructure is not glued but reinforced with mortise and loose tenon joinery (yeah…the Domino was...
  9. Son's play table

    This is a little play table I built for my son for Christmas 2013, my wife found a picture of one on Pinterest. Was actually really easy to build, with the basic tools that I had. Being in the service you constantly have to move so small power tools are about all you can keep. I cannot claim...
  10. Kids Arts/Crafts Table

    Here is an arts & crafts table that I recently finished up for my little ones. Specs: 22" high, works well with 14"or 12" chairs 30" wide and 48" long Top is clear pine Drawers are 8" high and 12" deep My kids love having a large work area to spread out their coloring books and art paper. My...
  11. Child Sized Vanity

    I made these vanities as Christmas presents for my grandaughters. They are made from poplar and birch plywood. I gave my vanities two coats of primer and at two two coats of an oil based white semi gloss paint. Lots of protection for many years of playin dress up! Patty added "rub on decals"...
  12. Play Table

    This is a play table for one of my Great-Nephews. Made with maple and walnut, it is a variation of plans from the Craftsman projects site.
  13. Child's Toy Box Chest Seat

    This is a Child's Chest Seat that I made for my daughter's cubby house. It was a lesson in hand-cut mortise and tenon joints for me - 16 of them. Though I did use a cordless drill to remove most of the mortise material. The legs are made from an old pine post I found in the back shed, the...
  14. Oak Toy Box for a Friend's Daughter

    This is a toy box that a friend and I built for his little girl as a Christmas present. Case construction is birch ply with Red Oak Rails. He wanted a simple design, so we didn't go through the trouble of using raised panels. Measures 48" wide x 24" deep x 24" tall. Finished with Mahogany...
  15. sculpted walnut high chair

    Modern/ Maloof Style high Chair in Walnut. This is the most recent incarnation of my High chair design, it's basically the same as the others I've built but I've widened the footprint a bit to make it a little more stable. The majority of the shaping is done with a band saw, 5" grinder and...
  16. Power Tools, Hardware and Accessories
    Does anyone have experience with Woodcraft's Self centering 4-Jaw lathe chuck? Roger
  17. Blogs
    The Toy Box Bow Oak may not be a popular boat building material in the real world, but in my world it make a beautiful bed. I've been working on a boat bed for the last couple days now. Most of them that I build are painted and I build them out of a combination of Maple MDF and pine. This...
  18. Blogs
    Child's Toy Box Chest Seat I wanted a chair for my daughter's cubby house and was looking to buy something 2nd hand. I came across a chunky pine post in my back shed and inspiration struck. I decided I could make a chest that could provide some storage for toys and double as a bench seat - I...
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