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CAVE OPENING ACTUAL SIZE
MAKE 2 3(4' tlttck wood
CAVE TOP ACTUAL SIZE - MAKE 1
1. Apply a thin. even coat of spray mount to toy pattern. Let the glue dry to tacky before applying pattern to wood. Press onto wood
2. Carefully cut out pattern with your scroll saw. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for all cave dwelling parts. Sand frghtly with 100 grit sandpaper to soften edges.
3. Appty glue to the contact surface of a cave side. Press part down and slide around on the cave opening to spread glue eventy. Press firmty into place, Use a tabte top to level the toy Let dry thoroughly before proceeding to next step.
4. Apply glue to the contact surface of the second cave side and the cave top Press parts down and slide around on the cave opening to spread glue eventy Press firmty into ptece. Use a table top to level the toy Let dry before next stop.
7. The farge rocks are unatti and cover the cave opening to provide creative play opportunities __ ^
5. Ffcpthe toy over to the opposite side. Attach the second cave opening to the cave sides and top Line up the bottom edges with the table top Squeeze and hold the part in place until glue sets up.
6. Apply glue to the contact surface of a small and medium rock. Press rocks down and slide around on the cave opening to spread glue eventy. Press finrty into place. Repeat this step for opposite side.
LARGE ROCK ACTUAL SIZE MAKE 2 thick *ood oage Q2 C20Q9 John W L#*rrtan
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