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Re Traditional picnic table project

Hi, Here's a photo of the (big) Picnic table I made from your plans! Coated with weather sealant.
Also just a few other photos I thought I'd share. The last one is of my 95-year-old grandmother enjoying the Garden Chair I made from your awesome plans. (My first woodworking project.) Thanks again for the website. I love it!
Derick Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.

 

picnic tablet built from a Buildeazy plan
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Re Garden Wishing Well Project

I wanted to cover the pipes from our well so I used your plans as a guide.
I sawed our aerator tank in half and placed that over the pipes so I could use it as a backing for my left over fence boards.
All I needed to buy were screws and strapping. Everything else was left from the fence.
I used a 5-gal paint bucket for the backing of my wooden bucket and PVC pipe for the crank.
I really like my wishing well. Thanks for great instructions, even though I improvised. Here are my pictures.
Beverly from Naples, FL

 

wishing well built from a Buildeazy plan
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Re Play Fort Project

Hello from Pennsylvania, I just completed the Kid's Play Fort. The design was exactly what I wanted. The plans were simple and accurate. I'm the lady with the jigsaw and my friend has the drill. My grandson loves his new fort. If granny and her friend can build it, no one should have any problems. I did change the roof; used plywood and painted it blue with puffy clouds. Thank you.
Carol Deaver  Langhorne, PA

 

kids playfort built from a Buildeazy plan
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Re Garden Seat Project

I would like to say thank you for the free plans for the seat.
Please see the attached files about my seat.
Thank you for your kind guidance.
Best regards,   Tokar Gabor

 

A garden bench seat made from a Buildeazy plan
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Re Simple Garden Chair Project

Your design built a solid, handsome chair. I made some adjustments to the design with more slats, some cross bracing, and shifted the position of the arm support. This one sits in an outdoor pool and spa shop here in Dallas. And there are 2 more in my yard.
Thanks for the Idea
P. Hunt   Texas

 

A simple garden chair built from a Buildeazy plan
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Re A simple side or garden gate project

I am a single female homeowner and I needed a side gate for my house and looked into a re-furbished iron gate. When I got their quote for $750, I thought "I could make my own gate for less than half." .... More > >
Carolyn Bell

 

a garden side gate made from a Buildeazy plan
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