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Published on June 25th, 2014 | by mariabelana

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My “guinea pigguiez” house





This is my guinea pigs emporium. Simple and not expensive, easy to clean. My pigguiez are very happy and plenty of space to run around. It was made using from Ikea:

- 2 Linnmon table tops ($9.00 e/a) joined together to form the base,

- 1 Sniglar baby changing table” ($29.99) to form the “high rise”

Other materials and tools were required to finish the house:

- perforated hardboard, plastic fence frame, pieces of carpet (carpet remnants)

- metal  angles, caster wheels and  screws, pencil, metal ruler, meter, try square, handy cutter, coping saw, screw driver, drill driver.

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Flying origami lamp
The change table of my dreams
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One Response to My “guinea pigguiez” house

  1. MellyTattz MellyTattz says:

    It’s lovely! My ratties have an awesome IKEAhack Rat Mansion too. Well done!

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