From Boards A, cut the window holes out as shown above. I wish I had one of these. Now fasten the front footer, F, to the front of the bookshelf as shown above. Sand edges and corners well with sandpaper and paint desired colors. Building the windows can be a bit more tricky.
Thanks for sharing with us. What type of wood did you use? Can you recommend someone's wood glue that you have found to work best? OHHHH my we are talking I noticed the measurements for the side 1x4s are about an inch too long. Might want to correct that Thank you for posting this!! My husband and I had a blast making this for our little ones playroom this past weekend. Not all of our cuts were exact, but thanks to gravity all the pieces line up perfectly Trying to decide on how to finish the roof and then we'll send some photos.
How much paint so you think I might need? If anyone has painted theirs I'd love to know how much paint was needed! It's so ridiculously cute! I am so glad I have a girl. I might have to talk my husband into making this for our daughter: Really good job with all the designs.
So easy to follow. Once you take the tree down, you can fit some furniture in there and you have a space-conscious option to a larger dollhouse! I used the fireplace mantel and the kitchen furniture that I already had, and just added on to them a bit with some scrap wood. The fireplace got a tall chimney all the way up to the ceiling and I wrapped it in scrapbook paper that had white painted bricks on it. I also built a little wooden frame around this Christmas scene printed out. I even caught me husband playing with the copper pans that he found in the oven yes those doors actually open.
Nail bottom shelf between two sides so that the bottom shelf is flush and perpendicular with the corners. Secure the hook plate using screws and the drill. This is where the bottom of the middle shelf will hit. Nail the roof pieces into the sides first, then nail together the peak. Sand edges and corners well with sandpaper and paint desired colors.
Once hook plate has been painted, attach 3 hooks spaced evenly apart. Also attach picture hanger hooks on the back of the middle shelf, where the shelf meets the sides, so one of the provided nails drives into the side and one drives into the shelf on each end of the shelf.
And that is it! This makes it easier to remove the shelf to transport it or move it around, without making a bunch of holes in the wall. They will be demonstrating the Holiday Tree Shelf , but the materials are basically the same so you can easily build this version.
Here are the details:. Always predrill holes before attaching with screws. Use glue with finish nails for a stronger hold. Wipe excess glue off bare wood for stained projects, as dried glue will not take stain. Be safe, have fun, and ask for help if you need it. Jaime actually attached her dividers first - that worked better for her.
Attach dividers with brad nailer at front and back you should be able to fit the nose of your nailer in there. I have a kiddo that is obsessed with horses and if I were to paint this to resemble a barn she would be thrilled! It would also look cute painted to resemble a garage to make any car collector happy. Just wanted to save someone a trip back to the lumber store!
I love this plan; I will be building for my granddaughters! Thanks for catching, it's much appreciated! Of course, that means it's Handmade Holiday time!
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