How to Build a Playhouse

Written by dad - 2 Comments

I just wanted to take a minute to point out a cool project that I recently ran across… NCN of NoCreditNeeded is building a playhouse for his kids, and chronicling the process (with pictures!) on his site. Here are his posts so far:

A Display Of My Mad Carpentry Skills
Mad Carpentry Skills (One Wall)
Mad Carpentry Skills (4 Walls Plus Siding!)

Check it out — it’s pretty impressive. One of these days, I hope to follow suit with a tree house for the boys.

Published on April 10th, 2007 - 2 Comments
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  1. Hahaha…
    You “might” want to remove “how to” from the post title! I’ve yet to add the roof! (My “real job” has been taking up ALL of my time, and the playhouse is “on hold”. Hopefully, I’ll get back to it next Monday…) Thanks, as always, for the link back! You rock!
    NCN

    Comment by NCN — Apr 12th 2007 @ 11:55 pm
  2. Depending on how this turns out, I’ll go back and modify the title to “How NOT to…” 😉

    Comment by dad — Apr 12th 2007 @ 11:57 pm

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