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How to Stop Tree Roots From Plugging Sewer Lines | The Family Handyman

How to Stop Tree Roots From Plugging Sewer Lines | The Family Handyman

Giant Jenga- Made it this weekend for the 4th.  Get 8 2x4x8, cut to 10.5".  Need enough for 19 rows.  Sand down the ends and makes smooth.  Cost me 32 dollars to make!

Giant Jenga- Made it this weekend for the 4th. Get 8 2x4x8, cut to 10.5". Need enough for 19 rows. Sand down the ends and makes smooth. Cost me 32 dollars to make!

Ana White | Build a Build a Bigger Kid's Picnic Table | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans

Ana White | Build a Build a Bigger Kid's Picnic Table | Free and Easy DIY Project and Furniture Plans

The Family Handyman DIY Tip of the Day: Big Circle Cuts. To cut a circle, make a compass arm for your router from 1/4-in. plywood. Remove the router’s plastic base and drill corresponding holes in your compass arm. Attach the arm to your router and install a straight-cutting carbide bit. Pin the compass arm to the plywood with a 6d nail. The top of the finished circle should face down. Cut the circle in 2 or 3 passes.

The Family Handyman DIY Tip of the Day: Big Circle Cuts. To cut a circle, make a compass arm for your router from 1/4-in. plywood. Remove the router’s plastic base and drill corresponding holes in your compass arm. Attach the arm to your router and install a straight-cutting carbide bit. Pin the compass arm to the plywood with a 6d nail. The top of the finished circle should face down. Cut the circle in 2 or 3 passes.

Great resource for people who love to #DIY. She has tutorials on how to use each power tool.

Great resource for people who love to #DIY. She has tutorials on how to use each power tool.

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How awesome is this picnic table idea? I have a small patio area that this would be totally perfect . space saving fold down picnic table

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