We have designed an amusing twist on an ash can for outdoor smoke areas to place your used butts. To safely dispose of your smokes, just drop them down the chimney! Make this outhouse from cedar lumber (and a standard metal coffee can half-filled with sand). Measures approx. 16-1/2 inches high.
The 19 series (products that start with 19-) are full size and printed on large sheets of paper. Hardware parts and kits may be available and would listed on the paper plan for you to review once you receive it. All projects are designed for beginner skill level. Carbon paper is recommended for parts that are curved. All building instructions and painting guides provided. Measurements are in inches only. Sorry, there is no downloadable version available for the #19 series woodworking plans.
Everyone will love watching the squirrels go into the outhouse, lift the toilet lid with their nose, and reach down to take out a peanut. The lift-up lid is designed so squirrels must lift it open with their nose.
This pair of wren houses are designed after nostalgic outhouses! A fun and quirky addition to your yard or garden. Make out of inexpensive cedar fencing. All patterns drawn FULL size.
We have designed an amusing twist on an ash can for outdoor smoke areas to place your used butts.
This is a vintage woodworking plan. Visit our FAQ page for a full definition. The chief objective of the earth-pit privy is the i...
Before indoor plumbing, the wood frame sanitary privy was the means to discreetly go to the bathroom. These plans are reproduced from drawings and specs prepared by the US Publish Health Service. A fu...
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