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Whether you’re good at it or not, bowling is a fun thing to do with friends and family. But a session at an alley requires planning and isn't a cheap outing! Why not build your own backyard alley you can use anytime?  http://diyprojects.ideas2live4.com/2016/04/01/build-a-backyard-bowling-alley/  It’s definitely a build worth the effort if you’re a bowling enthusiast.  Or if you’re someone who loves hosting BBQ parties, this would be also be a great idea for entertaining your guests. :)

Whether you’re good at it or not, bowling is a fun thing to do with friends and family. But a session at an alley requires planning and isn't a cheap outing! Why not build your own backyard alley you can use anytime? It’s definitely a

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I'm tinkering with a design for a rocket pizza oven, and i'm a bit confused about how long the horizontal burn chamber should be?

I would want to paint  the lines on instead of the triangles, see more of the wood

Wall hanging with geometric decoration Interesting project by Liz Fourez that we found in iheartnaptime. If you like the design of this two-tone hanger, look forward to making

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Cheap, space saving, fold down garage workbench. Used doors as work top. screwed to wall. Door hinges attached to doors and Angled pieces swing out on strap hinges to support top. A notch was cut in so they fit around the

Create your Own #Patio or #walkway #pavers with #Quickrete! Watch the How-To video here: http://www.gnhlumber.com/DIY-Building-a-Quickrete-Walkway.php

QUIKRETE® - Building Paths with the WalkMaker® has instructions and amounts of concrete needed - I like the country stone pattern, for the front walkway and possibly for the back yard/patio area.