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After taking care of a bee problem we were left with this hole to fix.

Step 1: Back support

Take two pieces of scap wood, just long enough to expan the hole. Then secure with screws.
<p>This is a good tutorial and the finished result looks really good. You can't even tell there was ever a hole, which is the overall purpose. I wonder how that spot looks now. http://www.lifeincolorpainting.com/</p>
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You can hardly tell that there was a hole! It would be hard to tell in the first place because it is <a href="http://www.brandtsoldworldplastering.com" rel="nofollow">stucco</a> and that blends easily. But I really don't think anybody would walk by and think &quot;hmmm, there used to be a hole there.&quot; Thanks for the instructable. We have a small hole in our stucco from a baseball and I have been wanting to get it fixed. Now I can do it by myself.
You can hardly tell that there was a hole! It would be hard to tell in the first place because it is <a href="http://www.brandtsoldworldplastering.com" rel="nofollow">stucco</a> and that blends easily. But I really don't think anybody would walk by and think &quot;hmmm, there used to be a hole there.&quot; Thanks for the instructable. We have a small hole in our stucco from a baseball and I have been wanting to get it fixed. Now I can do it by myself.

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