Mark Rayner creates a fun childrens' playhouse using discarded wood.
You will need:
20mm, 50mm and 75mm flathead galvanised nails, 4 x wooden pallets, plywood pallet 10 x 1.2m, fence palings, hammer, paintbrush, a Resene paint stirrer, coarse sandpaper, saw, scissors and two tea towels.
Place the plywood pallet in position, as shown. If positioning on bare soil or lawn, ensure the pallet is stable and level.
Partly deconstruct a pallet to form a wall with two windows and fix this into position using 50mm and 75mm nails.
Fix two fence palings along the top edges of the ‘window’ wall and ‘door’ wall using 50mm nails. (Cut palings to fit, if necessary.)
Carefully stir the Resene Waterborne Woodsman before applying two coats to the playhouse, allowing two hours for each coat to dry.
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