How to fold a folding glass window

A folding glass wall is something you can make at home and take out and have fun with.

I made mine with the help of a simple design template and a few screws and I’m sharing it with you here for you to use.

This project can also be used to make a great gift for a friend, a family member, a pet or a friend in need.

I wanted to make this one because it is easy and inexpensive to make, easy to repair and it is great for the kids who can use it as a table or a place to play.

I also wanted to share it because it really is so versatile and can be used for anything from a fun party to a serious project.

The finished product is very sturdy and will last you for years.

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The plan: The plan for this project was to use a 3/4″ x 3/8″ steel mesh board, or something similar.

I chose a 1 1/2″ x 1 1 1 5/8″, and then cut a small hole in the middle.

I then used a hacksaw to drill holes in the bottom of the board, and then using a piece of glass saw, I cut through the top of the mesh board.

I took the glass off the boards and sanded it down to a nice smooth finish.

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The project: I then had to drill through the middle of the glass and install screws.

I used two 1/4″, 2-1/2″, 3/16″ and 3/32″ screws to install the screws.

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The final result: This is the finished product, and you can see the screws sticking out.

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The instructions: I made the template with a few simple tools, and it came out nice and sturdy.

The easiest way to make it would be to simply cut the piece of plywood into a 3×3 grid, then add a couple of squares to each side.

I would recommend cutting the plywood first, then adding the squares, as it takes a while to cut them.

Here is what the grid looks like.

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The next step: I also added a couple more squares to the sides of the grid.

Then, I took a piece with a square, cut it in half, and glued it to the side of the other square.

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I added the two squares back to the grid, and I glued them on.

I went through this process about 30 times.

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I put the finished piece back on the walls and the children started to play on it. 8.

After about 3-4 minutes, the kids were starting to use the piece.

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You can see where the kids are starting to fold the pieces together, and how much space there is. 10.

You could also try folding the pieces in half and adding a piece to each of the corners.

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It was not long before I was able to put the pieces back on and the kids had fun with it.

They loved the idea of using the folding glass, and that it could be a party project for their friends and family.

This is a great project for anyone who likes to make their own.