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wendy house built by Chad

from Chad C. Joplin, Missouri

Just wanted to share a picture of the "Wendy House" (now called Sydney's House) that I'd recently completed using your free plans. Had to do a few minor adjustments to make up for using all 2x4 lumber, but it went together very smoothly and in about a month and a half of nights and weekends.
It was a present for my daughter's 2nd birthday and she's had a blast through the entire project. Windows are 18"x27" double hung vinyls for the front and side with a small slider in the back. The home is painted and shingled to match our family home. Her other presents included a kitchen, table and chairs, along with everything else she should need to make this her perfect little home.
Just wanted to share the picture and say thank you for the plans!

wendy house mage by Trina and Scott

from Trina and Scott Severinsen

I just want to thank you guys so much for the FREE plans to the wendy playhouse.
My husband and I built this for our two young boys and we are sure that it will last for our grandchildren.
We added a few things on the way with the color steel roof, spouting and steps Inside the playhouse is a kitchen a tool bench and a couch. We started building in September and finished on the 24th of December.(just in time for Christmas)
All of our spare time was taken up but in the end it was worth it. THANK YOU SO MUCH.

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wendy house made by Nikola

from Nikola, Summerland Point, NSW

Christmas present from Granddad.
Just wanted to show you a photo of the finished product of your Wendy House plan.
Mr father Dennis Brookes of Summerland Point NSW built the majority of this from scrap materials, even the bright paint was donated by a neighbour who had several left over part tins of different colors.
As you can see - you can achieve anything if you try - he only had to spend $50 on materials that he could not find as scrap.
He even added a small cut down kitchen and bench top which my girls love to "cook in".
He worked very hard over many weekends to complete it just in time for Christmas last year.
What a fantastic Christmas present and legacy he left his two grand children.

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