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Thread: Need Plans for an Outdoor Nativity Manger / Stable

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    Need Plans for an Outdoor Nativity Manger / Stable

    Anyone have an easy set of plans for building and outside Nativity Manager or stable for an existing Nativity set I already have? The Nativity figures are all about 3 feet tall. Any ideas or plans are welcome. I searched the internet and found nothing out there. Thanks!

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    here you go joe, a little something that i knocked together in sketchup. it's all 3/4" plywood, the angle of the roof is 20 degrees. tap it together, throw an opened bale of hay on the top, and you're good to go.
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    Thanks very simple

    Thanks, this is just what I need, cheap and fast to put together.

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    don't forget to add some bracing under the roof. it may be 3/4", but it will sag if unsupported with a fair amount of weight on it.
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