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On another DIY site it says to fill the cans with water, freeze them, which makes it easier to cut the can without mashing the thin metal. Seems to work better. Then allow cans to melt, dry sufficiently, then spray paint. Kids can add sparkles and glitter. String small lights in through the top, then use a glue gun to hold the top wire in place. Great idea.
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I don't have an antennae, but I have a luggage rack. How about coating the entire luggage rack with Ultra Blue Glow. Its made out of rubber or plastic coated materials. Can I do it?
Very nice, but your dog is going to dig right under the fence. Instead of laying a concrete base around the bottom of the fence, pick up for free those round concrete testers that look like small 1 foot long columns. Doggie will have a hard time digging under that concrete.
I don't see how it works. Does it has hinges? A close up of the hinges and mechanims would have been helpful.
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Stunning! I would like a table in which I can remove just the top so I can move it myself. The top should fit over the frame. I think I can modify your design. I am female and older and so if I have to move it myself, it would be easier if I could remove the top. Thank, just gorgeous.
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Loved the design. But, I want a top that is removable, and can be lifted up so I can move it myself.I'm a girl and live alone, so I have to have furniture that can be broken down so I can move it. I believe this can be done by make a separate top to fit over the lower frame. Also, I'd like to have drawers for napkins, stirrers, utensils, etc. But, this design is beautiful and well-executed. Thank you so much.
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I loved the instructable. But I would love to see a break down comparison of just "building a work shop" using the metal frame of a trailer.--and comparing TIME, LABOR, MATERIALS & COST...and the repair you did which seemed to be just extremely time consuming, in which other parts of the trailer will very soon deteriorate. Thank you, Judy
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