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**DIY** $10 Cedar Raised Garden Beds

**DIY** $10 Cedar Raised Garden Beds For the experienced gardener or the novice, raised garden beds take the hassle out of horticulture. Cedar raised beds make gardening easier, more accessible, more economical, and more efficient. But often a cedar raised bed can cost hundreds of dollars. With these plans, you can create raised cedar beds – …

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18+ Easy-To-Make DIY Raised Garden Beds

18+ Easy-To-Make DIY Raised Garden Beds Raised bed gardening has many benefits – the soil stays loose and well-drained since it isn’t getting continuously stepped on, and the beds are simply easier to plant and maintain since they are off the ground. Raised beds can be made from all kinds of materials, but I love the idea …

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Twin Corner Beds With Lots Of Storage

Twin Corner Beds With Lots Of Storage  For a bedroom that needs to hold two children most people choose to have bunk beds and while this serves the purpose of where the kids will sleep and frees up some floor space, here is another option Your cabinets are stuffed, your dresser space is depleted and your …

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Free Plans for Triple Bunk Beds

Free Plans for Triple Bunk Beds For those of you who grew up sharing a room with your brothers and sisters you know that space is at a premium. You might even have experienced battles over “space”. Figuring out the right set up in a shared bedroom is very important. In most cases buying pre-fabricated …

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How to Build a Corner Unit for Twin Storage Beds

How to Build a Corner Unit for Twin Storage Beds This project from Ana White teaches you how to build a corner unit with storage compartments just like those that go under the beds.  This project is so well done you’d think that the corner unit was originally part of the furniture plans, and that …

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How To Build a Worm Tower

How To Build a Worm Tower A Worm Tower is basically a length of pipe buried halfway in the ground with holes drilled in the buried part for worms to get in and out. Food scraps are added directly to the tower instead of into your composting bin, and are eaten by worms already living …

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