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 created by Meisel Wood Hobby. Meisel closed their business on Oct 31, 2022. Their plans will continue to be sold on our web site. Any mention of hardware kits or related hardware supplies in their woodworking plans are no longer available. For items you cannot find locally in your hardware store, there are companies online that may carry similar product. These companies include CaseysWood.com, RonellClock.com, Klockit.com, WoodParts.ca, Rockler.com and Woodcraft.com.
The designers of the 19 series of project plans have copyright statements provided on their individual plans. Please respect the designers copyrights.
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.
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