This US Presidential free scrollsaw pattern is courtesy of Sylvias web site, KerfDesigns.
The kids will love these puzzles – and they are as easy to make as they are fast to sell!
This project is a Three-fer project. You get three for the price of one. We are going to make a place card for the dinner table, a Christmas tree ornament and a coaster. This is really simple and just in time for that Christmas dinner or party.
These Decorative Wooden Candles are fun to set around for decorations or for gift giving. They are easy to make and are a fun family project.
I use my scroll saw quite a bit, and I go through a lot of blades. So I came up with this convenient way of storing my blades while still keeping them close at hand. Now I do not have to get up every time I need a new blade.
This project builds a 6 piece wooden puzzle that when assembled makes a fully symmetrical jack (3 dimensional).
Through the generations, puzzles have always been popular with children, being one of the few toys the kids can take apart without fear of breaking them. The three puzzles presented here, have two added attractions: First, they are easy to build and second, they are thick enough to stand up on their own, once your child has pieced them together.
This free woodworking dolphin scrollsaw plans and woodworkers projects information is courtesy of the Gary Browning web site.
This napkin holder is a great beginner project, minimum tools required, handsaw and coping saw will do the job.