I become heading out to Michaels to get a rolling cart for my Cricut system and supplies. It fee $59.99. But I decided to forestall at the Restore first…Boy am I glad I did!!!
Solid wooden shelf. Dirty…But strong. Hmmm….Would this paintings??? I even have wheels at domestic that I bought for some thing and never used.
One man instructed me $10 to shop for….And older worker said…Deliver it to her for $five…Other man stated $7…I said, I will take it proper now for $five. Yippee!!
Look at that wood. Perfect for wheels.
I think I need a bacon it so my vinyl would not fall out the returned ?
Time to measure for the back.
OK OK….I had hubs do the reducing for the lower back. I became too excited.
I did need to paint after which nail in.
Used Unicorn Spit paint and acrylics. I just had Un with wild colorations. Needed to decorate matters up.
The again came out satisfactory.
I positioned Epoxy on the top of it.
0 Here’s a close up.
1 Love that shine.
2 All finished. I surely forgot to take a Pic of the wheels. It’s a bit shorter than I desired, but I can placed larger wheels on if I need to. I clearly like it even though. I’m not trapped in my craft room now.
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