Woodworking, carving and scroll saw art is still alive and well, waiting to be discovered by a new generation. The equipment is inexpensive and you don’t even need a dedicated workshop. Lots of the work can be done right in the living room, in the yard or in the den.
There are thousands of possibilities. One great way to introduce children to woodworking is to let them choose to make something they already know. Dinosaurs or pirate ships, airplanes or helicopters, they can make anything that they already love For millions, the smell of fresh cut wood brings back memories of time spent with family, friends or childhood clubs. Whether it is cutting wood for the wood stove on the back 40, pine car races in the scouts or woodworking with family on weekend afternoon.
You can also help them choose a toy that that moves or flies. Gliders, made from light woods and painted bright colors, can be fun to build and even more fun to play with. Making a drag racer or a race car to run on a hill or a track can be amazing; they will not only love making it, but then they can have contests and races for weeks afterward. Building trucks of all sizes can not only be fun to race, but might become family heirlooms. Another wonderful toy to build and play with or race is a boat. You can build a sail boat or a cruise ship and play with it anywhere from the local pond to the bath tub!The best thing about building your own wooden toys, whether it’s using a scroll saw, a chisel or sandpaper, you can be guaranteed there is nothing there that you didn’t put there. No high lead levels. No sharp edges you don’t know about.
Wood working is an ancient and honored craft that is as much fun and challenge today as ever. Get started and the smell of fresh wood and sawdust will hold all new memories for you.
Right click on the pattern and save to your device. Size the pattern if needed using a photo editing program. Use graphite paper to transfer the pattern onto the surface you will be painting.
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