How to Build a Wooden Toy Barn?

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Building a toy barn is much like building a real barn. It can be made completely out of scrap plywood from other projects you may have been working on. You'll start with your wall framing, then move on to your roof framing. Make sure everything is to the proportions you like, then put up your walls and attach with brads. Be sure to cut your windows and door before you put up your walls. When you're satisfied with your walls, put up your roof. Add your trim and other outside decorations, like a chimney or cupola, then put up your doors. Sand to a nice finish and paint.
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