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Made using 4x4 cedar posts (needed a 10" drop saw to make it in 1-cut) and cedar 2x2 spindles. Eyes were made with the biggest bit I had. Hot glue gunned a piece of felt underneath to stop scratches. Finished it using coconut oil since these will most likely end up in the hands of little ones.
Love it! I could never resolve a single wheel bike trailer that didn't involve way too many parts. As for a substitute to zip ties you could use 3-4 Screw/band (Worm Gear) clamps. Cheap and pretty strong.
For the stand you could use small bulldog clips and once clipped on you removed the arms. Makes a good base and the small ones often come in different colors.
Looks delicious! Can't wait to give it a try. (BTW Paleo is no milk products but the "crackers" would count as Primal which does allow milk)
PRINTTABLE the Affordable, Attractive IKEA Lack Table Hack to create a 3D Printer
Folding Fixie (without welding)