Mini Garden Shed Woodworking Plan
When the garage is full, move tools and accessories outdoors in style.
There's no denying how useful backyard sheds are for organizing yard tools and outdoor supplies. But they require spare real estate not every yard has, and can't always be placed where the storage is needed most -- next to a garden or flower-bed area. This post-mounted "mini" shed solves both problems with style and storage to spare.
Steps in this plan include:
1. Cut the carcase panels first
2. Cut the frame corners
3. Getting the assembly underway
4. Build the door header assembly
5. Next, up onto the roof
6. Shingling the roof
7. Build and install the doors
8. Add the post assembly
9. Getting it in the ground
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