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Picture of Cheap and easy to build tire rack

Picture of Cheap and easy to build tire rack

over garage door storage - Google Search

over garage door storage - Google Search

Who knew chain and basic boards could be so cool? Create this industrial-style shelving unit for easy, affordable extra storage.

Who knew chain and basic boards could be so cool? Create this industrial-style shelving unit for easy, affordable extra storage.

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2x4 Tire Rack Mehr

Swiveling Screwdriver Shelves

Swiveling Screwdriver Shelves

Hacer un Portador de madera que es un estilo de la cincha

Hacer un Portador de madera que es un estilo de la cincha

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Cutting-Board Tablet Holder

Cutting-Board Tablet Holder

Here's an ingenious way to provide a little kitchen tech support, from Jane Edwards of mamiejanes.blogspot.com. With wood glue, adhere a Scrabble tile holder to the bottom center of an 8 1/2"W x 16"L cutting board ($20; nancysvoice.etsy.com),  as shown at left. Let dry for two hours. Next, use wood glue to affix a nine-inch-long wooden doorstop to the bottom center of the board's opposite side, as shown in inset ($6; odyssey359.etsy.com). Let dry for two hours. Finally, paint the entire…

Here's an ingenious way to provide a little kitchen tech support, from Jane Edwards of mamiejanes.blogspot.com. With wood glue, adhere a Scrabble tile holder to the bottom center of an 8 1/2"W x 16"L cutting board ($20; nancysvoice.etsy.com), as shown at left. Let dry for two hours. Next, use wood glue to affix a nine-inch-long wooden doorstop to the bottom center of the board's opposite side, as shown in inset ($6; odyssey359.etsy.com). Let dry for two hours. Finally, paint the entire…