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Daniel made this Adirondack chair off a Buildeazy Plan.
http://www.buildeazy.com/userphoto-capecod-daniel.php
Says he:
'Hi, just wanted to say Thank you very much for being so generous with your plans for the Adirondack Chair.
I really enjoyed building these chairs and your plans are so easy to follow. Cheers.'
Adirondack chair from a BuildEazy plan | Photos sent in by people who have built the Adirondack chair
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This raised play fort has a climb wall, a swing, and an allowance for a slide. The entry is through a trapdoor in the floor via a ladder, or
a door in the climb wall. Pretty much everything an outside kid wants.
http://www.buildeazy.com/landing-playfort.php
Good detailed plans with step-by-step instructions. Made my first one back in 2004.
How to build a raised play fort with underfloor trapdoor entry via a ladder and a climbing wall and a swing
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Finally finished writting about the TARDIS DIY project
http://www.buildeazy.com/landing-tardis.php
This is a solid structure and not a prop.
It is a take off a real police box and would make an awesome quirky toolshed for the garden or just a show piece for the front yard.
The uses for a TARDIS are many and varied and really only limited by the imagination.
What do I use mine for? See here http://www.buildeazy.com/tardis-use.php
A TARDIS can make an awesome tool shed among many other things
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Another submitted photo of a Buildeazy project. This one sent in by John O'Hanley who simply said:"To Buildeazy".
His work can be seen here http://www.buildeazy.com/well-user-ohanley.php
The wooden wishing well project has been very popular over the years with a number of users sending in photos of their handiwork.
It is a relatively easy and inexpensive project to tackle and looks good in the garden.
The wishing well stands approximately 1400mm (4'-8") high and is 600mm (2ft) wide.
The free plans for this project can be seen here http://www.buildeazy.com/well.html
For the $5 downloadable version, free of ads go to http://www.buildeazy.com/plans/purchase-045.html
Buildeazy diy projects | how to build a wooden wishing well | user photo by O'Hanley
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Submitted photo of the Buildeazy wooden king seat project.
http://www.buildeazy.com/userphoto-kingchair-mg.php
This one sent in by Micheal  who said...
'Thanks.
Wasn't that bad...
It was a good peaceful project to spend quality time with myself J'.
Note: This king seat is a copy of one that sits in the grounds of Nottingham Castle.
To see the free plans for this project go to http://www.buildeazy.com/workshop/throne-1.html
For the $5 downloadable version, free of ads go to http://www.buildeazy.com/plans/purchase-043.html
Wooden king chair made by Michael | Photos sent in by people who have built the garden king chair
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Lucien sent in a couple of photos of the folding bench and picnic table he made from a BuildEazy plan.
http://www.buildeazy.com/userphoto-1pce2x4-lucien.php
The picnic table can fold down to a single bench seat .
This model also has an optional 'clip-on' piece that adds to the height of the backrest when the unit is in bench mode.
The 'clip-on' actually adds somewhat to back comfort and (depending on taste) gives the bench more appeal.
The BuildEazy free plans for this project can be seen at http://www.buildeazy.com/1pce2x4-1.php
For the $5 downloadable version, free of ads go to http://www.buildeazy.com/plans/purchase-044.html
Photos sent in by people who have built the BuildEazy Folding bench and picnic table
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Two separate bench seats that can fold into a picnic table with a good size table.
John Royce from Oakland made this one herehttp://www.buildeazy.com/userphoto-2pce-royce.php .
It is the only two piece unit out of all the folding picnic tables on offer. All can be seen here http://www.buildeazy.com/folding-picnictables.php
John said (excerpt) -
"Hi. I bought the plans for the two bench/picnic table and had some fun with it. I made the set to the plans initially, then tried to modify to get some more seat area and table area. My pictures will show my efforts. I first added two 2x6 inch boards to the table top and a 2x4 inch board to each seat. The problem was immediately apparent...." 
The BuildEazy free plans for this project can be seen herehttp://www.buildeazy.com/2pce-1.php
For the $5 downloadable version, free of ads go tohttp://www.buildeazy.com/plans/purchase-001.html
2 piece folding picnic table made by made by John | Photos sent in by people who have built the 2 piece folding picnic table
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Chicken coop plans.
This popular chicken coop plan has been around for a while. I first posted it online in 2005 but recently revisited
and reformated it to meet the modern online demands i.e., make it mobile friendly. Over the years many people have built it with
some sending in a picture or two
of their handiwork - one such submission I dragged from the archives (2008) is this entry from John  http://www.buildeazy.com/userphoto-chickencoop-beaty.php
The free plans for this project can be seen here http://www.buildeazy.com/chickencoop-1.php
For the $5 downloadable version, free of ads go to http://www.buildeazy.com/plans/purchase-004.html
Backyard chicken coop plans | chicken coop built by John Beaty
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Randall sent in a few photos of his painted folding bench and picnic tables.
http://www.buildeazy.com/1pce2x4-user-randall.php
Must have been pretty fast work as that particular version (without the arms) was only posted online a week back.
It is the third post down. These picnic tables can fold down to a single bench seat.
Folding bench and picnic table made by Randall | Photos sent in by people who have built the Folding bench and picnic table
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Another submitted photo of a Buildeazy project. 1 piece folding bench to picnic table.
http://www.buildeazy.com/1pce-16d.php
This one sent in by Don Szymanski  who said...
"Hello Les, I just thought I would tell you that I have just finished the buildeazy table bench. I built it with USA pressure treated "2x4"s. They measure 1 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches. I had built this table bench with one simple correction, shorten l seat (rear) pieces by 1 1/2 inches. Then assemble as the rest of the plan shows. Thanks for your help."

To see the free plans for this project go to http://www.buildeazy.com/1pce-1.php
For the $5 downloadable version, free of ads go to http://www.buildeazy.com/plans/purchase-008.html
One piece folding picnic table made by Donald | Photos sent in by people who have built the folding picnic table
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This page is all about do-it-yourself projects - woodworking, concrete, or whatever.
Here we will post notification of new projects recently posted on the BuildEazy website, some of the latest submitted photos and comments by people that have undertaken a BuildEazy project and are proud to show us all their handiwork, and also other stuff.