My homemade scraprack

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I used 3 cottage brackets 13″ (also called 11″ x 13″ wood brackets

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We had to cut a little off to make it stand flat

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Then using 1″ screws we attached the brackets to a 16″ x36″ shelf

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I covered the shelf with industrial strength Velcro. The first and last binders I used a 2″ d ring binder and left the back attached to serve as wings (the first one had to be placed upside down. The middle spinders actually belong to a scraprack as I got a really good deal on the expansion unit which included 8 spinsters.

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Magnetic dry erase wall progress

My dear hubby started work on my magnetic dry erase wall. First the paneling had to com down

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Then hubby and Father In law had to build a frame for the new paneling

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Then new flat paneling installed

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Then magnetic primer applied

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Hubby finishing up the dry erase paint

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