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Grow Up Kids Outdoor Furniture
Safe and sturdy for even the most rough and tumble kids, these table and chair combos add bold design and rugged construction to kid-friendly outdoor spaces. Repurpose them into plant stands and accent tables when the kids start sitting at the...
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Nice Gun Cabinet
This gun cabinet was fun to make, tho a little more difficult. I tried to get someone to etch the glass with a deer or somethin but they all wanted too much. The cabinet stands 83 inch tall and holds six rifles above, hand guns below, and ammo in...
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Trestle Table
Back in the Middle Ages, diners looking for a place to set out the roast boar and mead took a practical approach -- they laid a few boards across two stands, much the way wed place plywood across sawhorses at a picnic. Throughout the centuries,...
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Adirondack Lawn Chair and Table
It's a good thing that so many plastic patio chairs are designed to stack, and the aluminum ones fold up flat. That means we can get them put away and stored out of sight as quickly as possible. But, if you think outdoor furniture should enhance...
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Single mast tabletop easel
By following this easel plan you can make a simple but very functional easel that has a triangular base and stands firmly on the working surface. It is designed for the work at home or in the studio in a sitting position, since it is projected to...
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Folding tabletop easel
An easel made by this plan has the option to regulate the inclination of the working surface during painting. The canvas top retainer can be moved along the mast, so this easel could hold canvas of the various dimensions. This easel is suitable...
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Simple Angel
She stands on a scrap piece of wood block with a piece of dowel rod inserted into the bottom of her body and into the wood block.
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Window Angel
She stands on a scrap piece of wood block with a piece of dowel rod inserted into the bottom of her body and into the wood block.
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Stands for Solar Lights
Living in a condo in Hawaii, my husband and I like to have solar lights on our lanai (aka porch or balcony), but most of them come as stakes to be pushed into the ground. I do not have a green thumb (or any other digit), so I needed an alternative...
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Another desktop trebuchet experiment
Here is the second project, a floating arm straight drop trebuchet. I started design and build after seeing pictures of a real machine that would throw 12lb balls 300 feet, just from a 470lb counterweight. The tip of the arm stands about 9"...
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