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I thought I'd share this, just wanted my 3 year old daughter to have a toy plane to go with her other toy tools.  She likes when we pretend to fix things, which usually means knocking it with her wooden mallet or spanner.  Now we'll be able to plane.

She does get to use the real tools down in the shop, but usually it's a plane with the iron retracted.

The bed is a pine 2x3, the tote, 'iron', and 'wedge' are scrap maple I got when breaking down and disposing of an old couch, and the front knob is oak scrap from another project.  It's just finished with some raw flax oil.
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toy plane
 
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