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I can hardly comprehend how this works! How the tiles stay on the top! :-) Anyway, I ordered the LEGO for this!
What size casing is it that you used? It looks like a 9MM, but I am not sure. :-)
But still! Think if the sentimental value! :-)
Where did you fine the hardware? I have been looking, but no luck. I want to make this! Might have to use root beer bottles though. lol.
This looks great! I decided to stain mine instead of using oil, as I don't have any on hand right now. Thanks for sharing this! It's a great project. I wonder if I can trick my friends......
Thanks so much for uploading this! I have been looking for a while on Taste Of Home for a hash brown recipe, but they were all fancy and crazy. Fist 10 seconds on instructables and I see this!!! Thanks again for uploading! I will make this, and do the "I made it!"
I want to enter the Tables and Desks contest, I can't even have a CHANCE at first because of this! It looks awesome! I really like rustic things.
This looks awesome! I think I'll make it....
Looks..... painful! Nice job, I like it!
Oh, I need you to enter it in a contest to vote! :-)
Nice! I am going to vote for this! The marshmallows are pretty neat, I used powdered sugar. Great Idea! Very simple.
Thanks! Have fun!
Sounds good. Maybe do the "I made it" if you do make it?
If I may ask, what don't I need, then? The powdered sugar is for sweetness, the cocoa is needed, the milk is mandatory, and that would mean only one ingredient is not needed greatly: the vanilla. That's also for flavour.
Thanks! I am hopefully going to upload an instructable on how to make a pentagon, too!
Thanks! Maybe you could do the "I made it!" message then!
Hello everyone, just an update. I have used the electricity, it works great. the chickens have evened out on the nesting boxes, and we now have nine chickens. We have a new rooster, a white one.
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I like it! Please enter it in a contest so I can vote for it! ???
I forgot to say, the light is not for heat, but to simate sun. chickens do not lay as many eggs in the winter due to it being cloudy all day. the water heater is probably a must, though.
Yes, that is true that chickens can survive without heat. I just used it to hook up a fan in it when I painted it. also, when chicks are still little, they do need heat. Thanks for the comment!
one good thing to know is when you make the coop, it doesn't really matter what size, but how big the roost is. But, if you don't have an outdoor run, the coop needs to be bigger. My run is about 20'x20' with 7 hens and a rooster. They love to scratch, even if there is no grass!
yes, that is a good idea, if you don't have wood shavings. for when you have shavings, I think the best thing to do would be to make a border to keep out the shavings right where the roost is, because that is where most of the cleaning is needed.
Although I don't have a telescope, this is very cool! Those pictures make it worth it :-)
This is cool! I have lots of marbles, but towo problems... No laser cutter and my marbles are any size from 3/8" to 3/4.
I can never not look at these welcome signs! I really like the design, I might make this is my pallet supply is good. Thanks for sharing!
This is awesome! I really like how you show everything in the video. Thanks for sharing! You have my vote.
This is cool! I have been wanting to set up a zip line! Maybe I will now!
I like this, but just my opinion, before people had the thought to build birdhouses, birds were just happily making nests in trees. Everyone talks about perches making it easier for bigger birds to get in and kill the chicks. Before birdhouses, birds didn't have the small holes to protect them. they still survived! Birdhouses, in my opinion, are just a way to get birds into your yard. I agree with making birdhouses, and will always make them. Thanks for sharing!
Awhile ago, a raven was pecking at a power pole, while sitting on the wire! he was lucky that if he hit it, it would be only 220 or so volts! I still think that would kill the bird.
Very cool! You have my vote! Thanks for sharing.
Yes, you are probably right. As I said in the steps, this is on my bike, it may vary on different bikes. I will add this, as I think it is a good thing to know. I am also going to add a step, a supporting board for the upright support. The taller your bike, the more weight on the stand.
Cool! I like these! Thanks for sharing.
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Hmmm. If the whole thing was made of metal and the hinges were welded on, it might not need that spacer in between the two sides of the board!Anyway, this looks awesome, thanks for sharing! You have my vote!
Very nice! In your picture of a rocket launching, did that launch flop? In at least the first 50 feet it should be pretty level.
Oh, never mind. I saw the video. Lol.
Nice! You should do an instruactable on how to make boy flip flops. (Wider straps, wider footprint.) thanks for sharing!
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It fits well, it isn't like anyone else's, though. It is white with black writing, that says 'Instructables EST 2005'.
This looks like it works great!
This is so cool! This belongs in the summer fun contest, outside and summer camp! It fits all three!
Looks good! It'll sound even better later! Use it lots, like it lots!
Hopefully more people enter, or you might just get all the prizes! :-)
Thanks for your comment!
Like everyone else said, this is awesome! I recently got a prize pack, it is coming soon. I will tell you if I need to make the shirt bigger!
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Thanks! Just make sure your sideways support is pretty long, It'll fall over pretty easily without a long one!
Why isn't this in the trash to treasure contest? This is awesome!
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I agree with Kiteman, and some birds are territorial. They will block both nests or use one and block the other. Still, I like it!
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