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With little or no woodworking experience, you can easily build your own backyard sandbox—here''t carpenters, so if woodworking is your thing, you may have better tips on proper wood selection and concept design. But here''s our diagram. The sandbox is a simple 6-foot by 7-foot rectangle, and the bottom is made of wooden slats that interlock with each other. We used leftover wood to create benches for the four corners (perfect seats for Mom and Dad).

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  • Supplies

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    Free Bat House Plans Online Watchhow to Free Bat House Plans Online Watch for We spent about $150-$200 on supplies and sand, but you can spend less. Also, you may choose to create a cover for the sandbox. We’ve never had a problem with stray cats in our neighborhood using it as a litter box, but some people have mentioned this as an issue.

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  • Pick Your Spot

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    Choose a suitable place in your backyard for a sandbox. We went with a vacant corner of the yard that was flat, near the fence, and out of the way. We also dug out the grass to make sure the ground was even.

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  • Gather the Goods

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    Decide on the design and dimensions for your box, then gather supplies from you local hardware store. We chose 10-foot pieces of wood (about 1 and 1/2-2 inches thick). Use a saw to cut all four pieces of the sandbox frame to the proper lengths.

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  • Frame It

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    Free Bat House Plans Online Watchhow to Free Bat House Plans Online Watch for Build the basic frame. This is very "" here: just butt the 6- and 7-foot wood sides next to each other and either nail or screw them together (we used a power drill and screws). Look, you’ve got a frame!

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  • Floor or No Floor?

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    You don’t actually need a bottom on your sandbox, but without one you risk the frame warping or pulling apart over time. We decided that a floor was best and one using about 35 interlocking wooden slats, which we cut to the desired length and attached with screws.

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  • Benches

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    With the frame and bottom built, let’s add benches! The benches are mainly for sitting and relaxing, but they also add support to the box in each corner. Take wood left over from building the frame and mark/measure four seats. Cut the benches with a saw and sand off the rough edges.

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  • Drainage

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    Free Bat House Plans Online Watchhow to Free Bat House Plans Online Watch for Drill a few holes in the bottom of the floor to allow for water drainage. The jury’s still out on whether this is necessary, but we think it’s allowing some of the sprinkler water to seep out.

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  • Basic Box

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    And you have a sandbox that looks like this!

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  • Pipes and Umbrellas

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    One final touch on the frame: Add a short piece of PVC pipe in one of the corners to allow a beach umbrella to stand up and provide shade. We drilled a hole in the bottom of the sandbox to hold the pipe, and it sits snugly between the bench and the corner of the frame. Place a beach umbrella right into the pipe, and you have a shady spot to sit.

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  • Add Some Color

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    Now let’s get on with the really fun part: painting. I knew I wanted stripes and colors that match the palette of our house, so I went with these Glidden shades in semi-gloss finish.

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  • Classic White

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    For all of the white parts, I used my favorite—Behr, Ultra Pure White, Satin finish, Exterior.

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  • Prep Work

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    Paint the inside walls of the sandbox with white paint. Prop the sandbox up on scrap pieces of wood to get the box off the ground for a clean paint job on the outside (don’t do this when painting the inside, since you’ll need to stand inside the box). Paint the benches and outside of the box with white paint.

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  • Stripe It Out

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    Decide how many stripes you do the 1 last update 2020/07/10 the match to ensure that each stripe gets the same width. Use painter''ll have this! (You may need to touch up the paint here or there.)Decide how many stripes you do the match to ensure that each stripe gets the same width. Use painter''ll have this! (You may need to touch up the paint here or there.)

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  • Add Sand

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    Finally, pour in the sand. You’ll need 20-30 bags of "" to create good volume.

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  • Sandcastles and Such

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    But any amount of sand is more than fun… especially when it gets wet—the perfect consistency for sandcastle building.

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  • Play Time

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