MAKING TINY TOYS IN WOOD from Fox Chapel | Canadian Woodworking

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The winner is:
Paul Tymchuk of Edmonton, AB

There is something special about wooden toys—the charm, nostalgia, and the hand-crafted novelty of it all. For woodcarvers, it's a chance to practice a unique skill while offering a very precious gift to a loved one. And for the receiver, it offers years of playtime and a lasting gift that holds meaning.

In the new book Making Tiny Toys in Wood: Ornaments & Collectible Heirloom Accents award-winning scroll saw enthusiast Howard Clements provides full-size patterns and step-by-step instructions for creating 20 working wooden toy ornaments. From tugboats and tractors to
windmills and wagons, these nostalgic moving toys make great Christmas ornaments as well as keepsake gifts for family and friends. And these simple projects do not take a lot of time, wood, or tools to make. They are a great way to reuse and repurpose scrap wood, and require only minimal painting.

GiveAway ended: 15th October, 2017

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