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My son and I built a wooden T-Rex at one of the free workshops they have for kids at Lowes. They have them at Home Depot also and ...
Materials 1/2 inch plywood (size will depend on how big you make your dinos) Nails Wood Glue Optional for accessorizing: Small Hinge if you want a tail to swing ...
I started by rough sketching what I wanted the three to look like on paper, along with what could be done to make them more action filled (tail ...
After cutting out all of the parts, I tacked the front legs together and sanded them until they were uniform. I then did this with the back legs ...
Decide on where you want your legs placed, put a dab of wood glue on them and then nail them down. I had used nails that were just ...
And here's your completed wooden Triceratops along with the Stegosaurus and T-Rex from Lowes. I hope you enjoyed this instructable and as soon as I figure out how I'm going ...
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