Chicken Coop/ GREAT Article: "What I Wish I had Known Before Getting Chickens" LOTS of great info such as: having a bigger coop than you think you need, have everything ready before the babies arrive, why to use sand for the coop floor, and much more.
Start with a wood block; make straight cuts of varying widths. Sand the edges and corners, and apply a coat of natural wood stain and sealer; let dry. Apply cabinet bumpers on the four corners of each of the bases to keep surfaces scratch free.
This functional and decorative birdhouse is handmade by me, John Hope. I love to work with wood creating artistic and unique designs. This is made of cedar and redwood. All of the parts are glued, nailed or screwed. I make my birdhouses with a removable bottom, for easy cleaning. They also have a built in hanger and all of the exterior surfaces are sealed for weather. All of the corners are mitered. The fence, I handmade, using wood from my local trees. The barn doors act as a perch…
The One-Month Makeover: Beth Kirby's Star-Is-Born Kitchen