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Making a Wooden Lighthouse

I always wanted to try making a miniature lighthouse and finally the time has come ­čÖé

This particular design is based on Peggys Point Lighthouse also known as Peggys Cove Lighthouse located within Peggys Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Materials used:
– 4 mm plywood
– 6 mm plywood
– 18 mm thick paulownia wood
– 6 mm diameter wooden dowels
– PVA glue
– super glue
– white and red water based acrylic paint for wood
-2 mm twisted cotton cord

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  1. Hello.
    Found you on YouTube and I want in. Two things though, if I purchase plans from you, do thy come on adhesive paper? And because I live in the United States, how do I pay you in pounds?

    1. After purchasing a plan you’ll receive a pdf file with templates which you can print as many times as you like, so you can choose the type of paper. Don’t worry about payment, paypal will do everything for you.

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