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Sunnyand79

Member Since: 03/2014

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    • Solid build! The dark base with the lighter top is awesome.
      By RYOBI NATION, on November 13, 2017

    • Great build Sunny. Now if you just had the plans available? I am going to try this from the pictures, wish me luck. Happy Building.
      By Tyranny1, on November 14, 2017
      • Hi Tyranny1, thank you! I am working on plans for these benches! Should have them up on www.sunnyand79.com soon!
        By Sunnyand79, on November 14, 2017
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    • Looking good! You stepped out of your comfort zone and it paid off! Looking forward to seeing more projects.
      By RYOBI Nation, on June 5, 2017
      • Thank you! As always, I couldn't have done it without my trusty RYOBI power tools :)
        By Sunnyand79, on August 28, 2017
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    • Love this! What a great idea to bring some rustic charm to your bathroom space. The shelf space is perfect, too. Everyone needs a place to set their phone!
      By RYOBI Nation, on March 1, 2017
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    • Beautiful work as always! Your choice of finish is spot-on. What kind of stain did you use to get the gray weathered look on the top?
      By RYOBI Nation, on November 4, 2016
      • Thank you, RYOBI NATION!! Couldn't have done it without all my Ryobi Tools!! I actually did not stain the top- just kept the natural weathered look that barn wood has accumulated over the years, beautiful isn't it?! I did give it a coat of Rustoleum Triple Thick Poly for protection, and to help smooth it out. The base stain is Rustoleum Dark Walnut.
        By Sunnyand79, on November 4, 2016

    • Looks amazing! Great job!!
      By debibergstrom, on November 26, 2016
      • Thanks so much debibergstrom@yahoo.com!!
        By Sunnyand79, on November 26, 2016
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    • This turned out great!!
      By debibergstrom, on November 26, 2016
      • Thanks so much!! I love the old barn wood look!
        By Sunnyand79, on November 26, 2016
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    • This turned out perfect! You have a great eye for rustic + beautiful. Did you distress the finish after staining?
      By RYOBI Nation, on August 1, 2016
      • Hey RYOBI NATION! Thank you so much for your kind words!! Yes, I distressed after staining :) My CORNER CAT gets a workout around here- love that little tool so much!!
        By Sunnyand79, on August 1, 2016

    • Isn't the Corner Cat great? The distressing adds just the right touch. Thanks for sharing!
      By RYOBI Nation, on August 2, 2016

    • excellent project thanks for creating and sharing.
      By thorpedo, on August 5, 2016
      • Thank you so much, thorpedo!!
        By Sunnyand79, on August 5, 2016

    • Great job. Do you have plans that you would be willing to share/
      By pkaravokiros1, on August 22, 2016
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    • I love this project! Might have to make one for myself.
      By debibergstrom, on November 26, 2016
      • Thank you debibergstrom@yahoo.com!! Yes, I think you should make one :)
        By Sunnyand79, on November 26, 2016
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    • Another beautiful turn out, and a great use of reclaimed barn wood! Isn't it great when the material has history? Very nice work- thanks for sharing!
      By RYOBI Nation, on August 1, 2016
      • Thanks, Ryobi Nation! Yes, I love using old wood- wish it could tell it's story. I can't believe I waited so long to put some of this old wood to use- it is so worth the extra work it takes :)
        By Sunnyand79, on August 1, 2016
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    • These doors came out great! The hardware looks really nice against the color of the wood stain too. Congrats on a fantastic project!
      By RYOBI Nation, on August 1, 2016
      • Thank you, Ryobi Nation!!
        By Sunnyand79, on August 1, 2016

    • Really nice. Where did you get the door hardware? If HD, what department?
      By TheBusDriver, on August 4, 2016
      • Hi and thank you TheBusDriver! I got the pulley wheels from Amazon, made spacers from scrap 2x2s, and everything else can be found at Home Depot. If you'd like, there's a tutorial with links to everything at sunnyand79.com :) Have a great day!
        By Sunnyand79, on August 4, 2016
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    • very nice I think I am going to make one
      By gentlemanwoody, on June 3, 2016
      • Thank you, gentlemanwoody! I'd love to see how yours turns out!
        By Sunnyand79, on June 4, 2016

    • Beautiful job!
      By Mzinny, on July 22, 2016
      • Thank you Mzinny!!
        By Sunnyand79, on July 23, 2016

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    • This looks great! Nice job!
      By RYOBI Nation, on May 6, 2016
      • Thank you, Ryobi Nation!
        By Sunnyand79, on May 6, 2016

    • It has now gone from dress to DVD storage. Works great! Thanks Heather!
      By debibergstrom, on November 26, 2016
      • Thank you!! I love how you have put it to use :)
        By Sunnyand79, on November 26, 2016
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    • What a cool alternative to cardboard and plastic. We love this!
      By RYOBI Nation, on May 6, 2016
      • Thank you so much, Ryobi Nation!!
        By Sunnyand79, on May 6, 2016
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    • Love it, it looks nice.
      By DonnieJ, on May 7, 2016
      • Thank you, DonnieJ!
        By Sunnyand79, on May 7, 2016

    • can you tell us how you built this and what you would do different? it looks as if you have a way to fill the feeder from the outside. cant see the feeder though from these pictures.
      By Twetwe, on May 7, 2016
      • Hi Twetwe, I had purchased plans to use as a guide- if you google chicken mobile stagecoach you'll find them. They really helped because I had no idea where to start! But, I had to change things, too. Instead of bolting things together, I'd have used my kregjig in so many places to make it easier. Many of the parts required were hard to find or nonexistent in my area, so I winged it a lot, and my husband rigged up the wheels. We live in the country with a rough pasture, so bigger wheels and sturdier bolts were needed. You basically make a frame with 2x6 boards on end. Mine is 4'x8'. Plywood for front, middle, and back, with pvc loops into holes drilled in your 2x6's. Tin sheeting and 1/2"X1/2" hardware cloth around the outside. I didn't think to take pics of the feeder, but it is a 5 gal. Bucket with some slots cut out and a big bowl upside down as a cover. 4" pvc comes in at an angle from the outside and angles into a hole in the upside down bowl and goes down into the bucket. Works awesome! I hope this helps! Even though I didn't completely follow the plans, they did help give me a guide, and included the feeder plans as well. Let me know if you have any other questions.
        By Sunnyand79, on May 7, 2016
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    • Very Cool!
      By WyoBrad, on April 8, 2016

    • Thanks, WyoBrad!
      By Sunnyand79, on April 10, 2016
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    • I love this look and all the storage space!
      By debibergstrom, on April 11, 2016

    • Thanks so much DebiB!
      By Sunnyand79, on April 12, 2016
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    • Thank you mlmudge_48124!!
      By Sunnyand79, on April 9, 2016
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    • Thanks DebiB! :)
      By Sunnyand79, on April 9, 2016
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    • Looks great. I like that you built the hardware.
      By JordanBet88, on March 15, 2016

    • Thank you JordanBet88!
      By Sunnyand79, on March 18, 2016

    • AH gorgeous! And I love the hardware. Awesome job! #feelinginspired
      By kyleelanierr, on March 24, 2016

    • Thanks so much, Kyleelaierr!!
      By Sunnyand79, on March 25, 2016


    • Thank you, DebiB!!
      By Sunnyand79, on April 9, 2016

    • I may to make this some day.
      By debibergstrom, on November 26, 2016
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