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Christmas lawn deer plans?

Posted by nicewitch z6B OntCan (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 19, 05 at 0:44

Does anyone know of a website offering free downloadable plans/patterns for plywood lawn deer? Or, if you've got the pattern in a book, I'll gladly pay copying and postage costs. I'm looking for the ones where the body/head is cut out separately from the antlers and legs, and then the parts slot together to make a 3-D figure that stands up on its own. I'm really planning to make miniature versions from cardboard, as a craft for the neighbour kids to do before Christmas. I can't believe I just spent over an hour searching the web for this (and only found plans to buy, despite what the Google search list said about free) before I thought to ask on GardenWeb! Thanks in advance for any input.

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RE: Christmas lawn deer plans?

Here is a site that has the instructions and links for the plans (for sale). It would be very easy to make your own patterns based on their pictures.

Here is a link that might be useful: Reindeer Plans and Instructions

RE: Christmas lawn deer plans?

  • Posted by Boop 5/6 (My Page) on
    Mon, Nov 28, 05 at 21:09

I have a wooden one that I could trace for you that is smaller than the links. It has 6 pieces that connect together and can be taken apart. Horns, head,neck, torso, 2 sets of legs. Plastic eyes and fake eyelashes, red Pom pom Nose. Its very cute. My Mother in law made it years ago. I decorate with it every Christmas. Email If you need plan. I just started dragging out Xmas decorations.


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