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Polar Bear This project is fairly easy and straight forward.It should be a good craft seller because it can be made to sell for under $50.I used aspen for the bear and spruce for the ice to provide some contrast.
Both are easy woods to find and not too expensive.Transfer the pattern to the wood.Start by transferring the project to the wood.I like to make a template, but gluing the pattern pieces to the wood will also work.
Cut the pieces out.Cut carefully and the pieces will fit better.A good blade and the way you hold your mouth are very important.I like a #7 Precision Skip or Double Tooth/Reverse blade.Assemble and check for fit.
Fitting can be a grief.Use a 'light box' to see where the places are that are holding the pieces apart.Mark them and sand or cut these places down.You can also use a piece of carbon paper between the pieces.
The high spots will be marked by the carbon paper and you will know where to sand or cut.Work away until you have all the pieces fitting within 10.000 of an inch, or a saw kerf, whichever comes first.Raise or lower the pieces...