Published at Saturday, August 11th, 2018 - 08:13:52 AM. . By Norah Reynolds.
Back in 7th grade, it was a coat rack you started with. Nothing fancy, just made with some dowels and a shaped piece of wood to sink them into. After it was all glued, sanded and stained, it looked pretty good. After that it was a napkin holder that actually turned out good enough that your Mom put it out on the table at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and made sure to tell all the relatives who made it. (“Awww Mom!”)
So that bookcase you just passed in the store doesn’t look all that hard, basically a box: top, bottom, sides, backing board, mount some shelves, some molding. You could do that! (Besides, isn’t your oldest boy about the same age you were when you made that napkin holder? This would be a killer thing to do as a family project! Might help get his nose out of that X-Box.)
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