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November 2013

Issue Number: 222
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"Money Tree" Coin Bank Woodworking Plan

Who says money doesn't grow on trees? Plant this scrollsawn coin bank in a fertile location and feed its roots often for a bountiful harvest. Featuring a three-dimensional "growing" design, this is one bank that makes saving fun.

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Toy Box and Bench Woodworking Plan

This combo toy box and bench is a study in contrasting elements: the curved ends contrast with angled drawers. The industrial feel of the exposed-edge plywood contrasts with the polished brass hardware. The contrasting walnut drawer faces add a visual surprise upon opening the lid, while a secret drawer adds a literal one.

Dimensions: 28-1/2"W x 20-1/2"D x 22-1/2"H

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Curvy Keepsake Box Woodworking Plan

This elegant treasure is as easy to build as it is breathtaking to behold. We'll provide sources for the spalted maple lid and the wenge splines as well as plans for a super-simple tablesaw splining jig.

Dimensions: 11-1/2"W x 7-1/2"D x 3"H

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Construction-Grade End Loader Woodworking Plan

When it's time to fill up a toy dump truck, here's the right machine for the job. With a pivoting body for tight turns, and a bucket that lifts and dumps, this rig works much like the real thing. Crafted from walnut and maple, it matches our other Construction-grade toys.

Dimensions: 7"H x 5-3/4"W x 14"L

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Country Sideboard Woodworking Plan

Made without a hint of plywood, this cabinet looks as though it could have been crafted 100 years ago by a highly trained artisan. But today, thanks to a few basic modern tools and fasteners, you need only beginner's skills to do it.

Dimensions: 38-1/4"H x 58-1/3"W x 14-1/4"L

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