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Kev, well done - all you need now is to dirty it up & put some holes in the fence where the kids get under :P

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Looks very good to me, Kev. Nice job, and a handy hint to boot.

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good job there, have to try that out myself.
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Good looking fence there Kev, I was wondering how to make some fences like that, will have to file this one away for future use.

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Good tip, looks very effective. I think there are going to be many security fences appearing on our layouts. :!:

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An excellent "how to", Kev.
I'm sure that it will look 100% when you take up Sol's suggestion and add a little distressing.
Well done :!:

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Really good stuff Kev. Is an old caravan obligatory though? :lol: :lol:

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Well done Kev,looks really good,as has been said,a little non perfect and it would be even better. Great idea :D :D

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Very nicely done, Kev. :D

By the way, if caravan screening isn't available, net curtain material comes in many different patterns and can be used to represent different types of fencing mesh.

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A very good idea there mate. I supose if you wanted the net to be stiff then a soaking in PVA may sort that out. I will if i can get some try this on my water tower fencing.
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I like that I,ve got plenty cocktail sticks and net curtain so here goes :)

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now i would of thought Diesel was a pint man,but cocktails and net curtains!!
the mid boggles. :oops: :roll: :roll: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: 8)

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If your wife still has her bridal veil, that could come in handy too.... :)

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Kevr wrote:Phill :-
The caravan netting is fairly stiff to start with and with the coat of paint it has gone pretty much rigid.


Perry :-
I was going to use net curtain material originally but the other half may not have liked the gap that would have been left in the window :lol: :lol:
Then i remembered i had the caravan blind in the shed.

Kev


Kev, if you cut the window curtains straight across the bottom, she may not notice that for some time :P


                 

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