Pallet maestro Marty decided to build this fantastic cubby from pallet wood “on a whim” one weekend. He built it without plans and like another fantastic D.I.Y. cubby house creation from @woodalwaysworks shared in the same discussion, it is an "open project" changing over time as the kids grow older.
Inspired by Marty's project above as well as other projects by Bunnings Workshop community members, Tara created her own unique two-storey creation. Materials included timber posts from Bunnings, recycled pallet timber, Merbau decking boards, telescope, steering wheel and slide.
You can just imagine how excited Pete’s kids must have been when they received this gorgeous bespoke cubby house for Christmas. It features tongue-and-groove cladding, a custom picket fence and even a planter box.
Adding to an existing cubby, this popular project added a rectangular sandpit as well as a chalkboard for artistic creations. We love the use of pine posts painted colourfully and arranged creatively. Creator Rylie has generously shared advice for how to replicate the projects.
While the fidget spinner craze might be died down, these attractive timber toys remain very popular with the Workshop community. Master woodworker Andrew has even shared a build video with us so you can create your own.