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Sunday, March 28, 2010

A homemade cabinet




There are times, when we thought we can make things seen in the superstore. I gave it a go at making cabinet. Simple structure, very skeletal, with racks to put the little pots. All are leftover material from a construction site. Of course the nails are new. Tools used are handsaw, hammer, L-square, pencil and nails.

I leave it bare, 
with no facial treatment for ,
my germination laboratory



~bangchik

10 comments:

  1. Well it looks fantastic and will really come in handy. Good job and economical too.

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  2. Can't stop a good woman when she picks up a saw and hammer! Congrats, it looks good! I have a collection of tools (toys) that I use to make stuff and will post one day about them.

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  3. P.S.......Always remember that "necessity is the mother of invention".

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  4. It looks great, and will have saved you a heap of money.

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  5. Great job! Nothing better than doing it yourself!! : ))

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  6. Give me a hammer and a bit of wood anyday - thats going to be so useful......I think you might need a couple of those considering how many seeds you grow.

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  7. So it's made from recyclable material and it looks great and so functional. Kudos to you.

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  8. Hocking Hills Gardener
    islandgal246
    Jo
    Beegirl
    Rosie
    Poetic Shutterbug

    Thanks for your visits and encouraging comments. Making things doesn't require much skill... Its all about very basic mathematic, about equal length, width and height as we cut. A little bit of enthusiasm will make it happen.

    ~bangchik

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  9. ~Stephanie
    haha... from far it looks ok.., as you get near, you begin to see the roughness.
    ~bangchik

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