Introduction: Medieval Shield and Sword
A simple instructable and a funny toy to do with your kids. At the same time is cheap.
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Step 1: Tools and Materials
wood for sword: 25 x 25 cm (9,84 x 9,84 inch)
wood for sword: 15 x 50 cm (5,91 x 19,69inch)
Blade for metal
Electric sander or sandpaper.
Step 2: Realization
Draw sword and the shied on the woods. My project is right for kids 4 or more years old. Saw woods whit blade for metal, wood splinter less, and refine with sandpaper. Do not forget toblunt thetip of the sword!
Step 3: Paint With Your Kids
Paint with your kids the colors of the family and a terrifying subject on the shield.
After paintig covered with transparent wood finish.
Step 4: Add a Handle on the Shield
For the handle of the shield I have used a piece ofwebbing of a hold shoulder belt, fixed to the shield with four screws.