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made-over village library

Note: Using Sphax PureBDcraft in these pictures.

[Items needed: fence, quartz stairs, oak wood planks, oak wood stairs, pressure plate x2, plower pots x3, enchanting table, trapdoor, birch wood stairs, golden apple, item frame, bookcases]

1. Hollow out a 5 x 4 space in the roof, this will be the reading area.
2. Place 4 quartz stairs to make a corner sofa, add a fence and ontop place a pressure plate for little table. Add a fence barrier to stop falling to your death.
3. Remove 6 more planks and 12 more cobblestone in order to place a stair case. Place middle barrier of wood, make circle stairs as pictured around it, place fence as protection.
4. Remove all villager library items, use 2 birch wood stairs to make a reception/book check out desk. Use a pressure plate, item frame, and golden apple to make a macbook.
5. Place enchanting table behind quartz chair, as it keeps it out of sight, place 2 high bookcase next to it. Add a trapdoor as a security barrier to stop those book thieves ;)
6. I placed bookcases randomly on the other side of the room, as there is not enough space to make aisles, so place them however you want, you can make a bigger library to create aisles and you can add signs for alphabetical order on the aisles as an idea

PS: Thank you so much! We’re glad you liked the starter survival house :)

hey is anyone good at graphics and want to do something awesome for me? it’s for a uni assignment. i basically need a good looking title? 

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small redstone lamp survival house

[items needed: spruce logs, stone brick, glass, redstone lamp, redstone torch, spruce stairs, spruce slab, door, chest, furnace, bed, crafting table]

  1. place down the foundation spruce logs
  2. build up 3 high
  3. lay down the stone brick walls, leaving spaces for the windows and door
  4. for the redstone lamps, underneath the windows, dig down 1 block from where the floor will be and place a redstone torch, ontop of that place a redstone lamp
  5. place glass overtop for windows, repeat this where the windows will be.
  6. cover up the rest of the building with stone brick so it’s even and add a door.
  7. add spruce stairs for a roof, i also used spruce slabs to bring out the roof another bit because it looked too small for my liking
  8. since it’s survival, you don’t want anything fancy, so just add your bed, furnace, crafting table and chests for the interior

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Hey guys! We are currently looking for a new server, a non-plot creative world with natural terrain that allows us to place water, lava, item frames etc without having to spend a lot of time ranking up first.

Unfortunately the recent server we found was filled with some not nice people, making rude comments in regards to women, fat people, and such. We want nice people on a nice server :)

Do you play on a server with these attributes, or know of one?

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coat stand

[items needed: 2 brewing stands, 1 beacon]
place brewing stands ontop of each other, place beacon ontop. gives the effect of a coat stand

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coat stand

[items needed: 2 brewing stands, 1 beacon]

  1. place brewing stands ontop of each other, place beacon ontop. gives the effect of a coat stand

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drawers

[items needed: 4 planks, 4 item frames, 4 snow layers]

  1. place down 4 planks in desired position
  2. attach 4 item frames onto each plank and slot the snow into the frames
  3. turn to however you desire. this gives the effect that the snow are handles

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hi there friends, this a new blog for minecraft furnishing guides & tuts among other things please feel free to send me messages asking for what you want as a guide and follow to see more! :)

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starter survival house 

[items needed: cobblestone, log, glass, door, plank, wood stairs, torch, bed (1/2), fence, furnace, crafting table, chest]

  1. lay down a 5x6 foundation of cobble and logs for pillars
  2. place down glass for windows. on the 6 block side, add two, on the 5 block, add one. build upwards with planks and cobble to make it 3 high. add a door.
  3. build a roof with wooden stairs, add torches on top so monsters will not spawn ontop
  4. inside, lay down a floor of your choosing, we used planks. 
  5. dig down wards as pictured and add stairs. this will be the bedroom/spawn point.
  6. lay down another floor, add a bed or two (depending on what you want) and add a chest in the wall, add torches to light up the place and so monsters won’t spawn
  7. upstairs, for the interior and minimalistic survival look, add a furnace, crafting table and a chest upon the wall. place down a fence to avoid falling down.

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[i didn’t entirely understand this question, sorry.]

how to make 4x4 jungle trees manually

[items needed: jungle logs, jungle leaves, vines]

  1. make a 4x4 trunk, trunks can be as tall as 44 block high.
  2. make branches along the trunk, you can make them climbing upwards or diagonally as pictures 
  3. cover them the branches in one layer of leaves, then make place more around but not as a square, but more in a pyramid shape, make them grow outwards
  4. with the top of the jungle tree, put one layer sprouting outwards but make it large, then use the pyramid technique again. make sure it only grows upwards like 3-4 layers. 
  5. make it look more natural using mismatched patterns, it’s not supposed to be a square, more of a hexagon
  6. add vines trailing downwards to give it a more earthy feel

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hi there friends, this a new blog for minecraft furnishing guides & tuts among other things please feel free to send me messages asking for what you want as a guide and follow to see more! :)

i-am-dovahkiin:

hello i am making another minecraft blog for furniture and stuff and janets-snakehole and i are going to run it?? yes. the url will be @minecraftics

hey does anyone know of any really cute and girly texture packs for minecraft?:) (1.7.9 compatible)