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This section is dedicated to the DIYers that have completed a buildeazy project and have sent us a picture of the finished product accompanied by a story or comment .
We welcome all photos and/or articles regarding projects from the Buildeazy site. Please send any submissions via the contact us page

Re Garden Bench Seat Project

I built three of these benches last year to go around our fire pit and they were a big hit with everyone. I've since built quite a few more for admirers of the seats. I highly recommend, as others have as well, to make the seat back 15 degrees to give a slightly more comfortable position.
Thanks! Bob


garden seat made by Bob
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Re Garden Bench Seat Project

Hi. I build the garden seat. Instead of the seat slats, i used two Snowboards. Instead of 100x50 timber, i used 70x30 and i changed the back support angle to 15. For more stability with the elastic snowboards, i add two more spreaders. Greets from Switzerland.
Michael Forter


garden seat made by Michael
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Re Medium Wishing Well Project

Hi, i really enjoyed constructing this project, great easy step by step instructions.
I built this well using left over treated pine decking boards (90 x 22 mm) , changed the roof a little, otherwise as per plans...cheers great site!!!!!   Colin


wishing well made by Colin
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Re Play Fort Project

Hello, I purchased the kids fort design and built a slightly modified fort last summer. I thought you would be interested in seeing the finished project. I found the plans easy to follow and very helpful.
Kindest Regards, Doug Hubble, Ontario, Canada


buildeazy play fort built by doug
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Re Medium Wishing Well Project

I LOVE my wishing well! Hubby made it for me for Mother's Day and it's perfect; he said it was very easy and easily adapted. (He made the base a few inches taller to completely hide the well pipe that I hated having to look at.) Here's a photo; I plan to sit flowers on the cover of the pipe and voila! It's a planter!
Julie K., McKean PA


well built by Julie
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Re Wendy House Project

I was tired of looking at the area under our deck being washed out and nothing would grow under it, so I decided to turn it into a playground for our 2yr old.
I modified your prints to make it 4 x 6ft with an 2 1/2ft deck and I went with 5ft sidewalls which gives us 6 1/2ft headroom at the peak (so parents don't have to be slumped over inside). Thank-you for the design idea, we love it and all the neighborhood kids love playing in it.
Tony Fischer


Wendy house built by Tony
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