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this is how to make a ladder and barrel for south pacific.

Step 1: Supply

1/ roll of plumer strap

2/ van dike brown

3/ burnt umber

4/ wood 2/4

5/ 3/8 by 8th inch bar stock

6/ dry wall / tech screws

7/ thick rope.

Step 2: This Is the Ladder When It Is Finished

SUPPLY.

1/ 2/4 wood.

2/ van dike brown/burnt umber paint .

3/ nails or screws.

4/ 3/8 by 8th inch bar stock

Step 3: Lags and Steps for Ladder

SUPPLY

1/ wood 2/4.

2/ burnt umber/van dike brown paint.

3/ nails or screws.

LAGS

1/ get two wood 2/4 that are 8 feet long cut the bottom of the lags at a 15 degree angle.

2/ paint all of the lags with burnt umber paint and let it dry then do it again.

3/ lightly paint the lags with van dike brow paint.

STEPS

1/ cut wood 2/4 into fore 19 inch long steps and fore 18 inch steps.

2/ paint the steps the same as you painted the lags.

3/ screw or nail the steps on the lags.

Step 4: NEVER LEAVE YOUR BABY BY a CLOWN NEVER NEVERE EVER DO THAT.

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Step 5: Ladder Hooks

1/ bend your 3/8 by 8th inch bar stock into a hook shape.

2/ take your hooks and screw into the top of your ladder with drywall screws.

Step 6: Hooking Ladder on Shower Cart

1/ when you are done with your ladder it should hook on like this.

Step 7: Barrel

SUPPLIES

1/ barrel.

2/thick rope.

3/rolle of plummer strap.

4/ drywall screw/ tech screw.

Step 8: How to Put Barrel on Cart

1/ place barrel on top of cart.

2/ tie rope around barrel.

3/ take plummer strap and cut fore 8 inch straps

4/ take straps and crew the top of the strap on the barrel with tech screws

screw the bottom of the straps into the wood with drywall screws.

Step 9: Finished Cart

<p>This looks like it was fun to make! </p>

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