This wishing well building plan includes:
Page 1: Contents.
Page 2: Introduction.
Page 3: Plan - front view.
Page 4: Plan - side view.
Page 5: Plan - looking down view.
Page 6: The individual pieces.
Page 7: Materials list.
Page 8: Instructions.
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Plan Language: English, all measurements are inches/feet unless stated otherwise.
Published Date: 2009
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