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Topic:  A fort for Shirl's Children Centre  (Read 1320 times)

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Shirl said that the fort they had was a bit heavy and worn out so I decided to make them another one.

As usual the images are in order of completion with the first photos showing the basic wood in it's raw format

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that looks great dave.
I hope you used family friendly glue and screws  :D

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that looks great dave.
I hope you used family friendly glue and screws  :D

Thanks Bruv.

No screws or nails used in it at all just extra strong pva glue

 

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