Diy Stone Patio Benches

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Saturday, October 27

Diy Stone Patio Bencheshow to Diy Stone Patio Benches for Day 27 - Build a Simple Step Stool


Welcome back! You can see links to the complete series here, and learn about my Lowe''re seeing what we can make out of 2x4''s project is probably the cheapest, easiest one in the series. We''more'' long

Tools:
Saw
Drill
2 1/2” screws (or Kreg Jig & 2 1/2"" screws (or Kreg Jig & 2 1/2"" (bottom)
(B) - 2  @  7""  (steps)
(C) - 1  @  9"" wide x 8 1/2"" deep


Please read all the directions before beginning, and cut your pieces as you go, measuring before each cut. Use 2 1/2” screws or pocket holes with 2 1/2""font-size: large;"" of space in the front. Attach them using a Kreg Jig or by drilling down through the top of the top step into the bottom step with 4""separator""clear: both; text-align: center;""http://projects.morelikehome.net/albums/h364/morelikehome/d2_zpsa58e55ab.jpg""1""margin-left: 1em; margin-right: 1em;""0""258""http://projects.morelikehome.net/albums/h364/morelikehome/d2_zpsa58e55ab.jpg""400""separator""clear: both; text-align: center;""separator""clear: both; text-align: left;""font-size: large;""separator""clear: both; text-align: left;"" screws and glue.


Now use the back board (D) to connect the back end of the side boards as shown below. Drill through each side board into the ends of the back board with 2 1/2""separator""clear: both; text-align: center;""separator""clear: both; text-align: center;""http://projects.morelikehome.net/albums/h364/morelikehome/b2_zpsdfdeb3d9.jpg""1""margin-left: 1em; margin-right: 1em;""0""360""http://projects.morelikehome.net/albums/h364/morelikehome/b2_zpsdfdeb3d9.jpg""400""separator""clear: both; text-align: center;""separator""clear: both; text-align: left;"" screws and glue. 


Step 3: Finishing
Start by filling any holes and sanding everything smooth. Then finish with paint or stain! If you don'' long ($2.50 each)
$2.50 Total

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  1. Diy Stone Patio Bencheshow to Diy Stone Patio Benches for This is great for little ones.

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  2. Simple, practical, and a perfect size for a little boost. However, mine won't be red. Maybe purple!

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  3. Diy Stone Patio Bencheshow to Diy Stone Patio Benches for Great boost for the whole family!

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  4. Who couldn't use one of these?

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  5. I actually love it in red. So fun!

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  6. Stained mine with three coats of poly. Very nice indeed.

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  7. AnonymousDiy Stone Patio Bencheshow to Diy Stone Patio Benches for March 30, 2016 at 8:15 AM

    what does it look like? I the 1 last update 2020/06/04 cant see any pictures.what does it look like? I cant see any pictures.

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    1. Hi! I just added a the 1 last update 2020/06/04 finished photo. :)Hi! I just added a finished photo. :)

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  8. Thanks for the plans! I used this project as my first project using Kreg pocket holes. Here is a picture the 1 last update 2020/06/04 https://www.flickr.com/photos/lugerla/26078344240/in/datetaken-public/Thanks for the plans! I used this project as my first project using Kreg pocket holes. Here is a picture https://www.flickr.com/photos/lugerla/26078344240/in/datetaken-public/

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    1. It looks great! Would you mind if I share your photo up in the post?

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  9. Thanks for the plans guys , it was so easy and didn't take long at all , ,, we bought a new washer and dryer , their awesome , but there's one problem , both washer and dryer all a little taller than the average, so the wife was having a very tough time getting the clothes out of the washer since the washers door it's on the top , she had to jump and the climb on the washer to be able to reach the clothes ... lol lol
    and I had a 2 x 4 left from a project I did a year ago , so I was thinking how can I build a little stool with out having to buy more wood ... Well problem solved
    It was easy and it only took me a couple of hours , because my little boy was helping ,, my wife loves it , no more problems getting the clothes out of the washer , lol lol
    Thank you ,,,,

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    1. GeorgiaDiy Stone Patio Bencheshow to Diy Stone Patio Benches for June 17, 2016 at 6:37 PM

      That's great! I'm glad you like it. And I love that you're building with your son! :)

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  10. AnonymousDiy Stone Patio Bencheshow to Diy Stone Patio Benches for December 17, 2016 at 7:57 PM

    Built this about a month ago out of some scrap 2x4 pieces I had around. I love it about as much as my 6 year old does using it to brush her teeth every day. It's very solid as I'm 6'5'' and almost 300lbs and I use it from time to time. I built mine without using the Kreg jig but just purchased one last night to build some other projects on here.

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    1. That's great! Glad you're both enjoying it. :) And have fun with the Kreg Jig, it's a great tool to have around.

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  11. UnknownDiy Stone Patio Bencheshow to Diy Stone Patio Benches for March 27, 2017 at 5:52 PM

    Diy Stone Patio Bencheshow to Diy Stone Patio Benches for It would be just as easy to create a little bit bigger one probably right? I would be using it for my old pup to get onto the bed, since lifting him every time is starting to weigh on my back. I'm not the most inclined at carpentry but this looks easiest enough.

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    1. Yep, it's pretty easy to modify. You can make it wider and add more steps if you need to!

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  12. This was really easy and turned out great! I added an extra step because we have high counters. To do this all you have to do is cut one more 12 inch board and two 14 inch boards for the bottom.

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    1. I'm so glad you liked the plans. And good call on the extra step. Thanks for the feedback!

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  13. Thank you for the plans, this stool looks very nice and with a coat of minwax stain looks very professional. I just laughed though, I think there's a little typo with the overall dimensions: Dimensions: 36" wide x 73 1/2" tall x 17 1/2" deep ;-)

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    1. Oh boy. That's a pretty big typo! Thanks for pointing it out! I'll get it fixed. :)

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  14. can someone tell me if these exact plans do work?

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    1. Hi! If you scroll up through the comments several people have built this plan already. Hope that helps! :)

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