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by Ssregina Regina (2019-06-12)


If you have the skills, you could design a Teds wood working Review playhouse with a little tower and a pointed roof. You could also make the windows and/or the door in a curved shape, or put a little window in the upper part of the door and hang a small curtain. Another fine idea is to install decorative exterior window shutters, and paint them in the same color as the window frames and the door. A final touch could be to place some items outside the playhouse, like a little bench, a small pram or a bicycle - things that indicate that it's a girl living here.Before you get to the painting and decorating you will of course need to have the playhouse in place. You can buy nice wooden playhouses ready to assemble, but unfortunately they can be quiet costly. A less expensive solution, if you have a weekend to spare, is to build the playhouse yourself - even if you're not a skilled handyman! If you have an easy to follow and detailed step by step plan it can be a really fun project - and a fantastic gift for your little girl.Building a butterfly box is a great project for any woodworker and great for the environment too as it protects butterflies from predators. Whether you live in the city or country, a butterfly box is a wonderful way to attract butterflies. Hang the box about 5 feet above the ground on a post or fence near your garden or some other kind of vegetation and enjoy the show.The first step in learning how to build a butterfly box (or anything else for that matter) is to secure a good set of plans. Make sure your plans are step-by-step with easy-to-understand diagrams. After securing the plans, you'll want to review the materials list to see what you need to buy at the home center or lumberyard. Most butterfly boxes will require about 4 board feet of 4/4 lumber. Don't buy pressure-treated lumber--instead use cedar. Cedar is a great wood for outdoor projects because of its resistance to moisture. You could also use redwood but redwood doesn't hold nails very well so cedar is preferable. Just one single 1x6x8 board should be enough to complete the project. Additionally, to make a butterfly box, you will need 6d galvanized box nails, 1 inch roofing nails and some hinge and mounting screws.

 

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