jenga block friendly competition??

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stuckinthemud

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OK, so as winter moves in, my workshop is getting less and less attractive. maybe its time for a little bit of table-top wood-work. Anyone up for a jenga-block show-and-tell? I am thinking to make anything you fancy, you can add glue, paint and fastenings/hardware, Only rule is you can't add timber -all the wood in the project has to come from the original block.

Any one up for this? What rules would you look for - should there be a time limit, or leave this run a bit like the "Show me what you made" type threads?
 
OK, so as winter moves in, my workshop is getting less and less attractive. maybe its time for a little bit of table-top wood-work. Anyone up for a jenga-block show-and-tell? I am thinking to make anything you fancy, you can add glue, paint and fastenings/hardware, Only rule is you can't add timber -all the wood in the project has to come from the original block.

Any one up for this? What rules would you look for - should there be a time limit, or leave this run a bit like the "Show me what you made" type threads?
One block or a pack?!!
 
One regular jenga sized block - 75mm x 25mm x 15mm. Doesn't have to be from a set, you can make your own, align the grain anyway you wish.

How do all you feel about a saw kerf allowance?
 
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I spent some time on an image search and found that loads of people do makes with packs of blocks. Even though my initial thought was to use a single block, I have no objections to using multiple blocks
 
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