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Making a Doll Pram on the Scroll Saw (Part 2 of 2)

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Part two of making a doll pram (or stroller). In the first video of this short series I have prepared and cut all the parts on the scroll saw. Now comes the fun part, assembly and painting. I’m very happy with how this came out, especially I like the fact that I was able to put everything together without a single screw. I hope you’ll like it as much as I did !

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Making a Doll Pram on the Scroll Saw (Part 1 of 2)

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My first attempt at making a doll pram (or stroller) on the scroll saw. Probably the biggest scroll saw project so far and yes, it was a little challenging, but far away from impossible. I always wanted to try building some kind of a walk-behind push toy, so here we go! All parts has been cut from a single sheet of 9 mm plywood.

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Experimental Stackable Baskets

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This build was pretty much an experiment. I was thinking about alternative way for storing pencil boxes and this is what i came up with. Basically the curved shape is preventing boxes from slipping over. It doesn’t work as well as i was hoping, but it definitely works.

 

 

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Tool Shaped Key Chains

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My original idea was to design a key chains for various professions. I’ve started with some basic tool shapes and there was already so many that I had to stop! I decided to live it like that for now. I still think though, it would be kinda cool to design a key chain for different kinds of jobs like a briefcase for manager, gun for policeman, space suit for cosmonaut etc… you get the idea 🙂