Starting Photography: a Beginner's Guide
Very cool project. I love it.
Zucchini Fritters With Yogu...View Instructable »
$100 10ft Workbench With Storage
Thanks DebB78....that makes 2 of us!
Thanks, Becida. I want a planer.
Reclaimed Wall Map With Epoxy Resin River and Road Inlay (Washington, D.C.)
Thanks, bnmiweaver. I hope you have a great trip. I wish we had a bigger garage, because sadly, my teardrop will be out in the weather, with only a teardrop cover for protection. I'm sure she will take a beating during the storms.
DIY Tetris Shop Stool
Carl, I just love all the 70's pictures and the fact that you lived in the bus for 5 years. I guess the tiny house movement has been around much longer than I thought. This is a wonderful story, and your skills were amazing. Thanks for sharing!
Router Table and Fence
Teardrop Camper Made of Wood
Thanks, 52815480. You can do it!
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
Thanks, del28it. It took a summer, mostly evenings and weekends. Total cost was a lot - over $4000 because I wasn't really trying to do it cheap.
Yes, they follow the pattern of the trailer.
Branding Your Wood ProjectsView Instructable »
Hi David,Your method sounds way more sophisticated than screws. I'm sure the great furniture makers of the world didn't use deck screws! Susan
Jean,Je vais faire une table. Demain:)Susan
Ooh thanks Henkvanbinnen,I was not aware of the garden bench - it's nice! And looks easy to make.
I don't think Rietveld was a drinker. All the armrests on his chairs and benches were very narrow.
Phone Booth Planter
Old Fashioned Drawer Pulls
Greek Style Cheese Pies
Tiny Shipping Container Home
What a cool idea! I love it!
Well, thanks 1265. I totally agree with you! I wish I had taken a picture of it in the campground parked between all the enormous 22' RV's. Hilarious.
Thanks hmbfly1! I would love to see your teardrop! It's so much fun, isn't it?
Hi swray48 - I had a compost bin that I took apart and used the lumber from that to make the raised bed. Around $50 for the wood if you buy it new.
Good idea regarding the plastic on the inside walls. I'll probably just plant sunflowers.
Good idea! I will try cardboard.
Thanks, Skiedra! I hope your teardrop dream comes true.
Hi Pa1963 - I'm in Kansas. I felt like 65 mph was reasonable. Did not get pulled over.
I used the 5 and 1/2" hex bolts to adhere the side panels (the birch plywood) through the 2 X 2 frame. I probably used longer bolts to bold down the deck through the plywood, 2 X 2, and trailer.
Would love to weigh it. Any suggestions on how/where to do that?
I stained and poly'd. Looks nice like that.
Hand-Forging a Skeleton Bottle Opener - a Comprehensive Tutorial (Blacksmithing)
Me too! It's a nice touch.
Thanks, Georgian, I will most definitely name her!
Gerrit Rietveld Crate ChairView Instructable »
DIY Mag Stool
Thanks, EcoExpatMike!I used the shower at the campground. It would be cool, though, to have a shower in my teardrop.
Simple Modern Writing Desk
Raised Garden Bed Made of WoodView Instructable »
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