|Not much to look at, but it comes in handy!!|
I than began to get my creative groove on! After some measurement and some calculations, I determined that I had enough wood to make a tool bench for Conner!!
2-2x4's 26 inches long-front
2-2x4's 53 inches long-back
4-2x4's 16 1/2 inches long-sides
1-2x4's 28 inches long-top for sign
2-2x6's 28 inches long-bottom shelf
2-2x8's 28 inches long-table surface
2x4 ft piece of pegboard cut to 2 ft by 28 inches long
3 inch nails and some screws
First, you take 2 of the sides and attach them with the front pieces with nails. Conner was such an awesome helper!!
You need to do that again with the front piece and the sides.
Then, you flip that part over and attach the longer back pieces to the sides.
This is what you should have by now!
For the top, I had to counter sink my screws since I didn't have long enough screws. Attach the 2x8's putting them snug against the back of the of the bench.
Attach the 2x6's at the bottom. Mount them to where they are resting against the 2x4's for strength.
Attach the peg board to the back and the 2x4 for the sign! I had an extra tool box, so I gave him that also! Once some friends found out, they brought him all kinds of their duplicate tools!!