Making shelves is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time now and I need to make more. I think some basement shelving would be awesome in our short 5’ 5” tall basement. Having a small home is wonderful. It forces us to question everything we bring in to the house. However, we still have too much stuff. We have a back “mudroom” that is pretty much overflow of the kitchen. However, there are plenty of other things we can add to this shelving unit. It just keeps adding up.
I don’t know what took me so long to make this furniture dolly. Instead of boo hooing about how I don’t have what I need to make my furniture painting just a little bit easier, Joe and I worked together to create a simple dolly and now I can’t complain. Well, I guess I can but, that’s annoying. All I needed this whole time was 4 pieces of wood, some screws, bolts, a saw, and casters. Geez, coming from someone who likes to make, repurpose, and refurbish, I feel kind of pathetic that it took me so long to do what needed to be done. Continue reading “How to Make a Furniture Dolly”
I was at my dad’s shop
helping out following him around when I see this old refrigerator shelf. So many things went through my head.
- Why does he have an old refrigerator shelf?
- Where’s the refrigerator?
- Does he have a plan for it?
- Are there at least 31 lines going across?
- It has more than 31 lines?
- No more than 31 days in a month.
- A monthly organizer.
- Yes, I’m going to make a dry erase board organizer.
The things that float through my head at warp speeds. Continue reading “Glass Refrigerator Shelf to Dry Erase Board”