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This is an awesome toy that my third graders make in the wood shop at school. It is a wonderful activity for them to become adept working with ...
Hand saw, coping saw, ruler, hand drill, (Or a drill press if you have access to one) 24" of 3/4 x4" pine (pine is soft and easy to ...
SIX, 4 inch piece, measured and marked, pine
clamp the wood to the workbench grips if you have them.
The wood can be clamped to a table using a portable grip if you do not have access to a wood shop. Using a hand saw cut six ...
draw on the wood a guideline to cut. Two slices of bread, perhaps meat, cheese ( swiss is fun because of the holes, something round, a tomato? an ...
Sous chef with a coping saw
clamp the wooden pieces to the table and begin to cut the edges using the coping saw ( a hand held jig saw) can be used to maneuver ...
After all sandwich contents have been formed, the hole in the center needs to be drilled. Each piece must to have a hole placed in the middle using ...
sand all edges
The plate or platter for your sandwich needs a hole drilled as well, to insert the dowel. Try not to drill all the way through the wood. If ...
When all the sandwich choices have been painted, including the plate, cover the work with a coat of polyurethane. I like to use minwax, its non toxic ( ...
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