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FURNITURE PROJECTS FOR THE DECK AND LAWN

FURNITURE PROJECTS FOR THE DECK AND LAWN
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Attractive 2 x 4 woodworking projects that can be built by anyone. All of the projects use basic tools and are easy to complete. Each project includes a materials list, step-by-step instructions and assembly drawings. Projects include Adirondack Chair and Ottoman, Picnic Table and benches, Umbrella table, Play house, Big Swing, and more. These are easy to make projects and a joy for the entire family. Regular $14.95 Special $11.95

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