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8 comments:

  1. When I click on a photo it takes me to Pinterest to pin it

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    1. It did that for me as well, but I was able to view the plans if I tapped it quickly near the top of the picture. Hope that helps!

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  2. Hi Elisha. I'm really interested in attempting to build something but I have never done anything like this and don't know where to start. Do you have any suggestions as far as the most straightforward plan/piece that I might begin with?

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    1. Yay! That's awesome Christine! It takes a little practice, but building is definitely a skill you can master. I would start by building a wood crate. Its easy, innexpensive, and would give you some storage for all those tools you're going to want to buy :) http://m.pneumaticaddict.com/54uqg52/articles/47240/How-to-Build-a-Wood-Crate

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    2. Yay! That's awesome Christine! It takes a little practice, but building is definitely a skill you can master. I would start by building a wood crate. Its easy, innexpensive, and would give you some storage for all those tools you're going to want to buy :) http://m.pneumaticaddict.com/54uqg52/articles/47240/How-to-Build-a-Wood-Crate

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  3. While planning a building can you suggests me what kind of cement shall I use???

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  4. Hi elisha, i recently started to build the vanity table that you posted plans for. I got the table constructed, but ran into a problem when installing the overlay hinges. The lids will not close fully. I followed the link to amazon to order the hinges and it looks like they sent the correct hinges. Is that link still correct or could i be installing the hinges incorrectly?

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    1. Thanks for reaching out. I'm sorry you're having trouble with your project! What do you mean by not closing fully? Will the door not lay down and rest on the vertical frame? The hinges do cause the back to stick up a small amount (maybe 1/4") but the front should lay flat. I want to help you however I can.

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