Isaac

The opposite of fine woodworking holiday scavenger hunt box.

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Very cool idea! Thanks for sharing. With ours nearing 2, I've been thinking a lot about things that I can make for her in the upcoming years. Heirloom pieces that they can have for the rest of their life are great, but so are things that are fun and enjoyable in the present moment. One of my daughter's favorite toys is a little mallet I made for her. It was an impulse project that used a poplar scrap and took 15 minutes tops. Just because you can make it fancy doesn't always mean that you should.

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Good fun.  I am guessing by the size of the box that he's not getting a bike. :)

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9 hours ago, Chet said:

Good fun.  I am guessing by th seize of the box that he's not getting a bike. :)

Funny you mention that. Last year was a new bike. This year he’s getting a set of four laser tag guns. 

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I think the real question is...if he got out a crosscut  saw and just cut the box open, are you mad that he cheated...or happy that he is a problems solver and uses hand tools to do it? :)

Very nice tradition you have there, your son will be telling stories about this long after you are gone. 

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