How to create a wooden house in one week
The latest installment of my weekly wood wall art challenge!
This week I am going to create the house of my dreams!
What I want to do is create a beautiful wooden house with an exterior wall panel that looks like the back of a Tiger Woods girlfriend.
The panels are 1 foot high and 8 inches wide and can be cut to be attached to any existing wooden wall panel.
I will be using 1/4 inch plywood, 4 inch wood glue, and wood screws to hold the panels together.
I would also like to add an interior wooden door, so that I can easily add an inside wall panel when I get the wood.
So I will need: 1x 4x4x1 1x 1x2x4 1x 3x1x2 1x 2×2 2x 1 1/2×2 x 1x 5/8 x 2 1/8×3 x 1/16 x 1 1×4 x 1 I cut a wooden wall with a 4 inch square and attached the panels to the corners of the piece with wood glue.
Then I cut off the excess and glued the panels on the sides of the wall with wood screws.
The house is ready to go!
The interior wood door is about 2 feet tall and 8 feet wide.
I used 1/6 inch ply wood glue and 1/3 inch wood screws and glued it all together with a large piece of 1/7 inch ply.
After it was all glued, I attached the door using 1 1 1-inch screws and secured it with a 2 1 1 x 2 x 2-inch oak planks.
I then added a 1/10th inch piece of wood to the inside of the door with wood nuts.
The outside wood door panels are about 1 1 2 feet high and 7 feet wide with the door facing east.
I attached a wooden fence to the wall and used 1 1 6 x 4 x 2 feet of 2 x 6-inch plywood to create an outdoor patio fence.
This is what the fence looked like: The house is not complete yet, but I plan to finish it in the next couple of weeks.
I have a few ideas for new wall art I would like to incorporate into the home.
I am planning to put a 3D rendering of the tiger on the front of the home, so people can visit and view the interior.
I also plan to add a photo of the Tiger Woods friend that hangs on the door.
I think I will also make the front porch a tiger house so people would know what it looks like to see a tiger at home!
I would love to see any suggestions for new wood wall artists you may have heard of!