check out the clubhouse I built for my son

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  1. A Fightin'Titan

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    Not really. I'm sure that contractor friend of your's could pull it off. Probably in a couple of days.:grrhee:
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  2. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    The paint alone would take a couple of days.
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  3. Blazing Arrow

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  4. psychotictitan

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    Its all good bro, i was just adding a little humor. I wanted to see if you were going to take the bait :beer::tailgate: :lol:
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  5. The Mrs

    The Mrs Crush on Casey Starbucks!

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    OMGosh! I am in love with the Cinderella Carriage bed! Make it pink and it's perfect!:yes:
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  6. The Mrs

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    Well, it seems the biggest obstacle IS the Homeowner's Association bylaws, on separate and freestanding buildings on each property!:irked: If you are out of compliance, they put a lien on your effing property! WTF! Riverman, aren't you a lawyer, is that LEGAL?

    So, can you do that Princess bed for a full sized bed? What else do you make? Can you make furniture? I was telling my sister about my proposed project and she and I both started thinking of stuff we'd want built. Like seriously, accent tables, built in shelves, wood television mounting....what about furniture re-upholstering?
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  7. Blazing Arrow

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    That one would not be that hard to do. Some pretty large pieces of ply that would be a pain to transport especially if you want it in adult size ...
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  8. The Mrs

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    No, it's for my little girl. I'd want it in full size so that she would have plenty of room to play.
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  9. Blazing Arrow

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    Maybe he can make you a dress too :grrhee:
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  10. Blazing Arrow

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    Full as in the size 'full' or full as in a queen sized bed? The hardest part would really be getting the ply you need to your house. If the hardware store delivered it or you had a decent sized truck it would not be an issue. Personally even getting drywall to my house is a pain because I have an Accord and you just can not fit that stuff in your car.

    Throw it down on a lawn draw out what you want the pieces to look like and use a skill saw. Could be done in a weekend if that was your only project. If not for letting the paint dry it could be done in a day.

    I would suggest putting in a light for reading in the carriage itself and putting a strong enough top on it so if they wanted to climb on the top of it they could.
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