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Looking for a great last-minute Father's Day gift idea? Make an awesome wooden multi-roll tape dispenser for your favorite duct tape master with this handy

Looking for a great last-minute Father's Day gift idea? Make an awesome wooden multi-roll tape dispenser for your favorite duct tape master with this handy

How Craftspeople Built Height-Adjustable Shelves Before the Industrial Revolution - Core77

How Craftspeople Built Height-Adjustable Shelves Before the Industrial Revolution - Core77

Hiding in Plain Sight: Furniture to Hide Your Guns

Hiding in Plain Sight: Furniture to Hide Your Guns

Tool hideaway

Tool hideaway

I could really see this tree bookshelf in a kid's room with a mural on the wall.

I could really see this tree bookshelf in a kid's room with a mural on the wall.

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OUTDOOR OBSTACLE COURSE Get outdoors and get fit on our adult jungle gym- ropes to climb, tires to run, pull-up bars, parallel bars, monkey bars and wall climbs!

OUTDOOR OBSTACLE COURSE Get outdoors and get fit on our adult jungle gym- ropes to climb, tires to run, pull-up bars, parallel bars, monkey bars and wall climbs!

Confidence Obstacle Course Military 3D Models

Confidence Obstacle Course Military 3D Models

Hang extension cord high using the simple suspension cable shown. The whole cord system slides back against the wall. Drive two screw eyes into a ceiling joist to hold the clothesline. Fasten the clothesline to one screw eye, slip the metal shower curtain rings over it, and attach the other end to the other screw eye. Space the rings along the clothesline as shown, slip the extension cord through the rings, and secure the cord to them with wire ties. —Buck Nall, Alma, Ga.

Hang extension cord high using the simple suspension cable shown. The whole cord system slides back against the wall. Drive two screw eyes into a ceiling joist to hold the clothesline. Fasten the clothesline to one screw eye, slip the metal shower curtain rings over it, and attach the other end to the other screw eye. Space the rings along the clothesline as shown, slip the extension cord through the rings, and secure the cord to them with wire ties. —Buck Nall, Alma, Ga.