While it may be a bit too organised to be preparing for Christmas, it has a horrid trick of creeping up on you, so some early prep is not a bad thing.
MakeCNC.com have a range of models suitable for a number of holidays, and of course Christmas is no exception.
While there are a number of models in their range, I found enough time to make these.
The first is Santa’s Workshop, which is rather impressive.
There are some superb features- a workbench with items in progress, overhead hooks carrying items around the workshop, items stored around the walls, including up high with ladder access and a full fireplace.
All run by Santa and 5 elves.
The second model I made is Rudolph, which is a neat little model, and has 2 sets of legs- one set for standing, one more ‘action’ oriented.
The final one I’ve assembled is an awesome snowman (and if you have young girls, you’ll find yourself humming a certain song. If you don’t know what I am referring to, count yourself lucky!)
Other designs include a full nativity scene, Santa’s sleigh and a Christmas tree with ornaments.
With a little added colour, these designs will really pop.
If not for Xmas in July, you can get a head start on December, along with Halloween & Easter.
As always, you are not limited to MDF (acrylic snowman would look great), nor do you need a CNC router. The plans can be used for scrollsaw, bandsaw, laser etc.
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