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Title:
Crafting with wooden crates & pallets : 25 simple projects to style your home / Natalie Wright.
Title Variants:
Crafting with wooden crates and pallets
ISBN:
9780486824239
Publication Information:
Mineola, New York : Dover Publications, Inc., 2018.
Physical Description:
vi, 153 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents:
How to build a crate -- Crate storage shelves -- Hanging crate nightstand -- Crate bookshelf -- Crate footstool -- Crate side table -- Crate bench -- Kids crate storage -- Crate desk -- Crate pet bed -- Vintage soda crate storage -- Crate plant stand -- Vintage crate fairy garden -- Crate lemonade stand -- Crate planter boxes -- Hanging flowers pallet -- Pallet wood dominoes -- Pallet wood sign -- Pallet wood storage box -- Decoupage crate -- Roller toy box -- Crate doll wardrobe -- Crate toolbox -- Crate pet caddy -- Crate puppet theater.
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Summary

You don't have to be a carpenter or a home improvement expert to undertake these twenty-five projects, which combine elements of crafting and woodworking. Step-by-step instructions, accompanied by full-color photos, explain how to build surprisingly simple, attractive, and inexpensive indoor and outdoor furniture. The common denominators in these fun-filled and practical projects are ordinary wooden crates and pallets, which are readily available at craft and home improvement stores, vintage shops, and online.
The first project demonstrates how easy it is to build your own crate from scratch. Indoor projects include storage shelves, nightstands, a bookshelf, an upholstered footstool, a benche, a side table, a desk, and storage units. Stepping outside, the projects feature a do-it-yourself children's lemonade stand and a planter box. Several of the projects are equally functional indoors and out: decorative pieces, a game, a sign, a rolling cart, a toolbox, and other handy and playful items. The ease and simplicity of the projects make them a great way for novices -- especially kids -- to discover the pleasures and satisfaction of crafting and workworking.


Author Notes

Natalie Wright writes a craft blog called NatalMe featuring projects for paper crafting, parties, and mixed media. She has also created multiple titles in Dover's popular "Make in a Day" series - Modern Frames and Garlands - as well as Slime 101: How to Make Stretchy, Fluffy, Glittery & Colorful Slime!


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