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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 .
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Re Garden Wishing Well Project

Hi, I build the wishing well following your plan to hide the real artesian well head. Thanks for the free plans, it turned out nice and was easy. Use the photos as you wish.
Jean    Labelle, Quebec, Canada

 

garden wishing well
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Re Deck Bench Project

A while back (about April, 2010) I inquired about the measurements of the lumber you used in your deck plan. You explained that these were measurements from Australia and/or New Zealand. I have incorporated the plans to work in my situation in the USA and attached are the photos of my work and finished product.   more and photos >>
Jeff

 

bench incorperated in a deck
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Re Chicken Coop Project

Thanks for great plans. We and the chickens love their coop (made a few changes to suit us)
Melva & David Brady

 

chicken coop
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Re Traditional Picnic Table Project

Hello, I would like to thank you for your Picnic Table plans. They were very easy to follow. My brother and I made this over a weekend with no power tools apart from a drill. Came out great and was good fun doing it...
Best regards,  Paul, From Penang, Malaysia.

 

traditional picnic table
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Re Garden Chair Project

Hi There, Just Luuuv your plans. And they are easy. My very first attempt at any type of woodwork. Made 4 benches, 2 chairs and 2 tables all from recycled pine pallets. Sealed them with "woodoc" marine sealer and they are permanently outside.
Thanks again. Veronica from Richards Bay, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

 

garden chair
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Re Greenhouse Project

Summer of 09 we built my greenhouse from the plans on this site. We modified a bit for the height and made it fit the foundation that was in place. It was a lot of work but it came out so good, I have it filled with plants now and loving my time inside. Thanks for posting the plans

 

greenhouse
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Re Octagonal Picnic Table Project

I was looking for a clever design for a picnic table, and found this one. Great design, and even more helpful were the user submissions and photos, so I'm sharing what I did. I used rough cut white cedar, which made it pricier, but it turned out beautifully. I also made a few modifications. The original design with the attached benches was going to be much too big for what we needed, so I made 4 basic separate benches (two pictured....   more >>

 

octagonal picnic table
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