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Display Shelves

After our kitchen project we were left with cabinet doors and pull-outs made of real, sturdy wood. I had all bottom cabinets replaced with new cabinet drawers and countertops. 

I didn't want to just trash the old cabinets, as I try to re-purpose as much as I can. That's the fun in most of my projects. For one of the pull-outs I thought it would make a great display shelf for my project room. All it took was a little measuring, a few cuts, and a few tools and materials.
TOOLS NEEDED:
🗹hammer
🗹small nails
🗹wood glue
🗹saw
🗹measuring tape
🗹trim
🗹Loctite or adhesive
🗹caulk
🗹paint
🗹drill & screws

INSTRUCTIONS:
🗹paint drawer & let dry
🗹Measure & cut small wood pieces to desired shelf widths
🗹glue ends of small wood pieces
🗹nail small wood pieces onto drawer
🗹fill gaps with Loctite or caulk
🗹Measure trim pieces
🗹Use Loctite or desired adhesive to affix to shelves.
🗹Secure shelves to wall
🗹Decorate with your favorite display items.

If you have any questions about this project, let me know. 

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