A small locker cabinet ideal for helping children organize and hang their own belongings.
On Monday, a terrible windstorm came through and took out our power and communication lines. Power was back up on Monday, but I'm about 1 hour into having DSL back, and let me tell you, I missed you! I'm totally amazed at all of the projects readers have shared on our Facebook Page (had to sneak over to the neighbors to relay you all a message earlier today via FB). You are amazing. Check out just how amazing. Oh, and these are all FIRST projects!
How about Jenny's Farmhouse Table?
My first project is in the house! Thank you, Ana! The bench is in the garage waiting for sanding and staining.
This amazing and cute playhouse by Duane and Elizabeth
This is my first project. I ended up cutting another window in the back and scaled it to fit on top of our existing 6x6 platform. My kids love it! Thank you!
From Penny, a classic simple bench
My first project! It took months to get the nerve to begin. I just took it slow and one step at a time. What will I do next . . .
Love this bench, Penny!
From Cami, Super Easy Bench
Our first project! I am sooo proud!! Thank you, Ana. I am not crafty and I have never done anything like this before. I can't believe it turned out as nice as it did!!
There have been so many amazing projects! Mine isn't really that amazing.
More like functional. And timely. Does school start in the morning for everyone else?
I'm not prepared to let Grace out of my site just yet, but if I could, this kid's locker would be the perfect spot to hang her outfit for the next day. Or if you had multiples, each could have their own cubby. You could make a fourth cubby if you needed too.
2 - 1x12 @ 8 feet long
1 - 1x12 @ 10 feet long
1 - 1x2 @ 8 feet long
1 - 1x3 @ 14 feet long
1 - 1/4" Plywood or Beadboard 1/2 sheet
2 - 1x12 @ 51 1/4" (Sides)
1 - 1x12 @ 40 1/2" (Top)
2 - 1x12 @ 37 1/2" (Shelves)
2 - 1x12 @ 33 1/2" (Dividers)
1 - 1/4" Plywood @ 39" x 52" (Back - 48" would work.)
2 - 1x2 @ 49 3/4" (Sides)
1 - 1x3 @ 36" (Footer)
1 - 1x2 @ 39" (Header)
1 - 1x2 @ 40 1/2" (Crown)
Cut list is also shown in the PDF. Cut longest boards first.
Full detailed instructions are shown in the PDF.
Start by cutting all your boards. I used my Kreg Jig™ to drill pocket holes into the inside tops of the blue boards, both ends on the underside of the green boards, and on both ends of the purple boards. I drilled three pocket holes per end. Then I measured and marked out all of my joints. Don’t forget that a 1x is actually only 3/4″ thick.
Then I built the face frame by drilling pocket holes in both ends of the purple board, and the top ends of the blue boards. I marked the side boards and joined all the boards with screws through the pocket holes. Super easy. Finally, I used 2″ finish nails and glue to attach the face frame to the front of the locker cabinet.