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  1. Puzzles

    Puzzles for preschool fund raiser, made from walnut, coast maple, and poplar. Finished w/ Danish oil. Thanks for looking.
  2. CROCODILE PUZZLES

    Wooden crocodile puzzle - Croatian 30 letters Alphabet and 1-30 numbers on other side. Two sided table dimensions 86×35cm. Puzzles were made of 15mm beech, coloured with primer wood paint, than two layers of water base paint (with brush) and finish with two layers of water based laquer (with...
  3. 4 New Puzzles

    Here are some of the latest puzzles in the arsenal. Each one is a different size. 1) I found a piece of spalted pine on a pallet. There is a border with pieces inside. Danish oil was applied and 'yellowed' the wood. 2) LOL…I found this piece in my scrap bin. It started out with 3/4 cherry and...
  4. Scrolling into Spring

    After a mid-winter recess, I began hunting through my woodworking books to try to find something different to make and to hone my skill as well. The first work is a golden retriever made from 7/8" thick cherry. I was pleased that the color and texture looked very true to the golden's fur...
  5. Etsy Puzzles, and more

    https://www.etsy.com/shop/Spunwood It has been a while since I posted a project because I have been getting my 2014 Spring Puzzle and doodad collection together I decided to take a different approach to Etsy, though my prices are probably still too high. I got the idea of wavy wood puzzles by...
  6. Some projects for a craft fair!

    Well the short time I decided to go first to a fair expose my work done in scroll saw is my passion! I hope you enjoy some of my work my friends!
  7. Small Black Puzzle Box

    Boy and Girls, This is not a duplicate but rather me running out of new derivative names… and this is much, much, slightly bigger. I initially called it simple, however, I have renamed it as Small as it's not simple to solve but heavily made by a simple-ton… While cruising for a bruis…...
  8. Japanese Puzzle by LBD

    Boys and Girls, This is my take on what many authors refer to as a 日 本 の パ ズ ル. Now rather than be a sheep and follow in everyone else's footsteps, I will call mine a Japanese Puzzle. You can also use them to learn to count to "F"… or even a starter Jenga set. A friend wanted something to...
  9. Lots of puzzles

    I made a bunch of puzzles of dinosaurs and dragons for our club toy drive. I bought the two book with all the patterns off amazon, this is just a sample of some I made. I made over a 100 total so far. Most are made from poplar, but there are a few maple and beech. They were all made on the...
  10. Knot Burr Puzzle

    Boys and Girls, As a late viewer of a post, I was inspired by corel125's Wood Puzzle. Asked for the plans and was given this site (you might have to navigate to the Mechanical 3D puzzle plans screen). All relevant plans, documentation, including solutions can be found on the right page...
  11. PEPPA PIG PUZZLES

    Cartoon character Peppa Pig, cut wit scrollsaw of 16mm beech board. The 50×60cm base was made of two 9mm birch playwoods and in the middle 3mm beech plywood. Frame was made of firwood. Letters and numbers were laser engraved, painted with black pen. Colours are water based, as well as finish...
  12. Learning another type of “Tolerance”.

    Boys and Girls, I take a sadistic pleasure in dishing up my puzzles to those squatters that inhabit my planet without an explicit invitation, however, with over 220 days of C19 lockdown and 72 years of gracing this Earth, I finally managed to get diagnosed with ADHD (mind you, by a questionable...
  13. Old School Gaming Console

    For the Spring Swap I had a number of ideas but due to losing time to a sprained ankle I had to do something a bit more in my realm. I went with upgrading some of my peg games and adding a nice storage container. All in all it came with 5 peg games including the hashtag tic-tac-toe on the lid, 2...
  14. LBD, When you gonna end (these Puzzles)?

    Boys and Girls, If my Popie Julius was still alive, he'd be echoing those words in the throne room of the Cistern (chapel)! Unfortunately, due to the precision required, this project is probably limited to laser users (and CNC users with some manipulation) than conventional woodworking tools...
  15. Teach your wood to spell.

    Boys and Girls, Much to the chagrin of all the box makers, bowl turners and cutting board tragics, I am flying the flag for all the sadomasochistic puzzle makers… hmmm, well me and the other one out there. Forever on the prowl to befuddle selected humans, that cohabit my earth, I came across...
  16. Christmas Presents 2011 - Name Puzzles

    I thought that I'd make some name puzzles this year. I probably have made them for my children, many years ago - but I don't remember seeing them in the last 25 years. My two younger children don't have any and my grandchildren don't have any. These were items that I made over 40 years ago when...
  17. Cryptex

    This was the gift I gave my Dad this past year for Father's Day. I have a fascination for mechanical puzzles and locking devices and after watching two movies, The Illusionist and the Da Vinci Code, I decided to build a puzzle. I got the idea from a picture I saw on the internet...
  18. "Puzzle Book"

    In the quest to build more complex puzzles, I took on another project. This project was a Christmas present for my dad. I put together the ideas of a "book safe" and a puzzle. It is built from African Padauk, African Mahogany, and Brazilian Yellow Heart. This has to be the hardest thing I...
  19. Name Puzzles

    As i have mentioned in other postings, when I got back into doing some woodworking in St. Louis, one of the things that I made were name puzzles. It was a great business. Names for kids, married people and I even made wedding gifts with a big heart on the end. This one is my wife's and mine...
  20. Jig Saw Puzzles for the boys.

    I decided to make a couple of puzzles for my son after seeing him try to eat the one that was made in china. I had a piece of Maple from a tree in the back yard, so I found a small turtle design and cut it out with my scroll saw… the second turtle and teddy bear are made from ash. Cutting them...
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