Scroll saw pattern

FRONT LEO

<SIDE A) ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 1 1/2" thick wood

FRONT LEO

<SIDE A) ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 1 1/2" thick wood

EYEBROW ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 2 1'B" thick wood

FRONT LEO

ISIOE D| ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 1 til" lh»ck wood

EYEBROW ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 2 1'B" thick wood

FRONT LEO

ISIOE D| ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 1 til" lh»ck wood

BODY SIDE ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 2 V2" thick wod

BODY SIDE ACTUAL SIZE

MAKE 2 V2" thick wod

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4. Appty glue to contact surface of the front and rear tegs (Side A) and one eyebrow Refer to side view drawing on pfon intro page. Press parts down and slide around to spread glue evenly. Press firmly m?o place. Stand on table top to level foot wtth tall op Let dry

1. Apply a thin, even coat of spray mount to toy pattern. Let the glue dry to a tacky state before applying pattern to the wood. Press onto wood

For dtf atfttf toy assembly tips referió tte Toy Wizard Tips sedtcn of irte ooc*

Applying Thin Even Coat Epoxy

1. Apply a thin, even coat of spray mount to toy pattern. Let the glue dry to a tacky state before applying pattern to the wood. Press onto wood

For dtf atfttf toy assembly tips referió tte Toy Wizard Tips sedtcn of irte ooc*

2. Carefully cut out pattern with your scroll saw. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for all body parts. Sand l»ghtly with 100 grit sandpaper to soften edges

3 Apply glue to contact surface of one txxty side Press part down onto second body side and spread glue evenly Press firmly into pJace. Let dry thoroughly. Drill a 3/16" hole for the eye and 1/8' bote for the nose or paint the eye and nose on toth sides of the toy when finished

4. Appty glue to contact surface of the front and rear tegs (Side A) and one eyebrow Refer to side view drawing on pfon intro page. Press parts down and slide around to spread glue evenly. Press firmly m?o place. Stand on table top to level foot wtth tall op Let dry

S. Fip the toy to the opposite side. Apply gfue to contact surface of the front and rear legs (side 8) and other eyebrow. Press parts down and side around to spread glue evenly Press firmly into place Stand on table top to love* bottom of feet with tail bp. Let dry

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