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My 3 years old son has started liking basketball, and I wanted to make a hoop for him. This is made with some scrap wood and plastic piping I had layi...
Base board, about 2x2 feet (I used an old kitchen cabinet door) 2 2"x2" wooden blocks 12 anchors for plastic piping 3 plastic pipes 3feet long (depen...
Take 6 of the anchors, and screw on each of the wooden blocks, 2 anchors on three of the sides.
-Attach one of the blocks onto the base plate. Be sure to put the block on so the side without the anchors is towards the edge. -"click" the pipes int...
-Attach the second block to the hoop plate. -"click" the pipes into the anchors, at desired height.
I happened to have stiff cable laying around that can be bent to the shapes you'd like. -Drill 2 holes in a wooden board at a good size (mine was a bi...
My son loved this thing, not caring about the looks of it. If needed, you can find something heavy to put on the plate that makes the foot.
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