Diaper Caddy

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About This Project

Pine, and scrap plywood for the bottom

I've made these tool boxes for my grandkids, but loved the idea to use them for other things. This is the 2nd diaper caddy I've made and each one has been a hit with the new grandparent or parent. I think they're cute and practical!
Painting took longer than building it!

Required Skill Level: 
Starter Project
Estimated Time Investment: 
An Hour or Two (0-2 Hours)
Finish Used: 
Because this might be used by kids later, and splinters would be painful, I made sure to sand the bottom, all sides and edges smoothly. Then I used Rustoleum White satin spray paint. 3 coats, with sanding in between.
Estimated Cost: 
unfilled-$15, filled $40


What a cute idea. I'm going to have to copy this for the next baby shower in the neighborhood. Very cool!