Honey Do List-Cabinet Organization


This is was on Prince JM's "please, please honey do list" for awhile, but when he made it we were all singing his praises. It is pretty self explanatory. I have an older home with big open cabinets that scream for organization. This really really helped!! Check out more Works for Me Wednesday posts at Rocks in My Dryer.

Update: I wanted to add my amazing hubby's comment in case you did not open the comment section. Feel free to add a comment to him telling him how cool it is that he does these great "honey do projects!" It might spur him on to do more! :)

"And I'd like to point out that it was pretty cheap and easy to make. Just used 3/4 inch and 1/4 inch plywood. Our home depot has these in convenient small sheets of 2 x 4 feet instead of the normal (and difficult to handle) size of 4 x 8 feet. The grooves hold the dividers in place. The corners are clamped and glued. The whole structure is made rigid by the backplate which I think I glued and fastened with finishing nails.

Technically, you only need a Skilsaw and sandpaper to make it, but you would have to have some sort of straightedge to make the cuts accurate enough. I'd recommend a tablesaw - that makes it much easier."

6 comments:

John Mark said...

And I'd like to point out that it was pretty cheap and easy to make. Just used 3/4 inch and 1/4 inch plywood. Our home depot has these in convenient small sheets of 2 x 4 feet instead of the normal (and difficult to handle) size of 4 x 8 feet. The grooves hold the dividers in place. The corners are clamped and glued. The whole structure is made rigid by the backplate which I think I glued and fastened with finishing nails.

Technically, you only need a Skilsaw and sandpaper to make it, but you would have to have some sort of straightedge to make the cuts accurate enough. I'd recommend a tablesaw - that makes it much easier.

ellen b said...

That is very cool and very practical. Blessings...

Nickie said...

Wow, you're famous! I saw you on Works for Me Wednesday and just have to say that I am proud I knew you way back when.

Love
Nickie

John Mark said...

Congratulations on your 1,000 hit month, wild blogger woman!

Mrs. Jones said...

Wow, how lucky you are to have such a talented husband! I would love for Mr. Jones to make one of those for my messy cabinets.

marcia said...

Prince JM Could you share your talents with your mother-in-law? Just Kidding. Perfectionist hubby you know.