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OLIVER'S CARDBOARD GARAGE. for little cars, adapted from MissyInspired's blog. Instead of using duct tape, I used Aileen's Tacky glue for the entire project for a cleaner look. The upper level, set on 2 toilet paper tubes (lots of glue to hold in place), is wide so a car can drive past parked cars, the ramp has sides, and doors are marked enter & exit. I also glued a piece of cardboard in the center bottom of the box to level it. He loves it! Less than an hour to build!

Features a van with opening doors and detachable caravan that opens to reveal a small kitchen and bedL

Die 1. Versuche

Die 1. Versuche

Use a paper cup to catch debris when drilling into the ceiling. What a great idea!

Use a paper cup to catch debris when drilling into the ceiling. Not the brightest idea. how are you supposed to drill how far you want if a cup ins in the way?

This is simply a convenient and easy to build jig that can help to hold logs whilst you saw them. I always found that when I clamped logs down to my bench for sawing that they always wriggled loose due to the fact that they're round. With this very simple device you can slip the log inside and get instant clamping pressure for a fiddle free cut! The video above shows the general steps of the build and the holder in use but as always I'll go into more detail of the build below.I hope y...

This is simply a convenient and easy to build jig that can help to hold logs whilst you saw them. I always found that when I clamped logs down to my bench for sawing.

DIY toy garage made from toilet paper rolls and cardboard boxes - toilet paper roll crafts for kids by lilia

DIY toy garage made from toilet paper rolls and cardboard boxes - toilet paper roll crafts for kids. The perfect arts and crafts project that will never go to waste and perfect for your childs car collection to put on display.

A Casa da Chris: Cozinhas - dicas para construir, reformar e arrumar

A Casa da Chris: Cozinhas - dicas para construir, reformar e arrumar The Chris House: Kitchens - Tips for Building, Reforming and Tidying Up