So, off to Pinterest I trotted! I considered making a bench, a coffee table or a coat rack, but kept coming back to the bookshelf idea. It looked like a simple project (and it was) that could be completed in a day. Perfect!
The first thing I did was scrub off the grime using soap and water. After the wood dried, I drilled holes in two corners of each panel (kitty-corner) to accommodate the jigsaw blade. Using a jigsaw, I cut out the panels. Then, I sanded the rough edges and removed loose paint. Finally, I attached two L-brackets to the underside of each panel/shelf and attached them behind the openings.
with the thought
that I could be
a perfectly good
After I removed the first panel, there was no turning back! Turns out it was the right choice. Had I not repurposed this door, it would still be sitting in a shed collecting dust.
What’s the point
of having a great door
with no purpose?!
Homestead Barn Hop
To celebrate the upcoming 1 year anniversary of my book, “Pickin’ A Chicken”,
I’m offering a downloadable version for 99 cents.
Winter is the perfect time to start planning your new spring flock!
to get a copy of Pickin’ A Chicken for 99 cents!
Thinking about getting a few chickens? “Pickin’ A Chicken” will guide you step by step through the chicken selection process and help you pick the perfect chicken with confidence.