After being handed my To Do list by Leah before the WA Day long weekend, I wasn't as thrilled as I normally am because it was filled with more chore-like tasks than fun stuff, such as;
It turns out deciding on a new toilet seat is a bigger deal than you might think and I actually felt better than I thought I would after replacing them. Although that just comes down to the excitement from my girls when they saw the 'magic' one I installed in their toilet #smallthings haha
Anyway back to the purpose of this post. Thankfully I did get to whip up this simple but effective little clothes rack for some of my girls' 'fancy'/'showoff' clothes.
Just comment or PM for the (simple) instructions Hope you like it!
Rats! I've been outdone again!
And I installed a family toilet seat a few weeks ago too!
You're not planning on making any tyre swans in the future... are you? *shifty eyes*
Sorry I missed those two posts! But how great is the reaction from the kid/s @Mick0s!?!
No tyres in upcoming plans mate so we're safe there haha
Welcome to Workshop and thanks for joining in the discussion. I'm sure @ProjectPete will be happy to share instructions as soon as possible. I hope you find plenty of other great advice, information and inspiration on the site. Please feel free to share other projects you might be working on.
Thanks for your interest @Natalie. The following should get your sorted.
To maintain structure you can either wood glue the dowel into the teepee crossover (which we did) or you coud drill a hole in the bottom of each dressed pine and run a rope through on each side, or simply use more dressed pine as a cross section.
Enjoy and please share pics of the work you do!