for (Mated toy ossemfry t/ps refer to the Toy Wizard Tip* section of tfie bcok.
1. Appty 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
2. Carefully cut out pattern with your scroll saw. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for all cave man parts. Sand lightly with 100 grit sandpaper to soften edges. Drill a 1/8" hole for the cave man's eye or paint the eye on both &des of the toy when finished
3. Apply glue to contact surface of cave man's clothes. Press the ck>thes down and slide around on the body to spread glue evenly. Press firmly into place. Let dry before proceeding to next step
4 Repeat Steps 3 and 4 for applying the clothes to the opposite side of the cave man's body Lot dry thoroughly before proceeding to next step.
5. Sand the toy lightly to smooth all edges. You may want to experiment in creating your own style of hunting garments when building a tribe of cave men
6. The cave man toy looks great both painted and unpainted. For painting and staining techniques refer to the Toy Wizard Tips section of the book.
920QQ John W L«*rrtan
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