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December 10, 2007

Anything I Can Do - Free Plans

Hammer_and_blue_box_in_workshop_300 If you're looking for projects from Anything I Can Do, we HAVE THEM!!

All you need to do to access ALL of the free plans from my TV show Anything I Can Do is visit our PLANS PAGE - we've got free plans for a garden bench, a copper trellis, an easy bookshelf, a storage shed, a cookbook holder, a room divider, a simple tray bird feeder, a hope chest,  a primitive candle sconce, a Japanese garden lantern, a tin headboard, a serving tray, a harvest table for the dining room, a butcher block cart for the kitchen, a cedar utility table, a potting bench, a rustic twig bench, a basic bird house, a plywood storage container, an English plate rack, bathroom shelves, a garden basket, a kids' activity table, a Harry Potter style mirror frame, an easy go cart, kids' furniture, a copper lamp, embossed copper switch plates and decor, lightweight concrete garden pots (hypertufa), a plaster cherub sconce, a concrete and stained glass stepping stone, a mosaic shelf, a carved coat rack, a clock, a cutting board, a leather tool belt, an indoor/outdoor fountain, a cold frame, a wine rack, a bathtub tray...I could go on, but why not just pick your favourite project and download the PDF?

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