I've been working off and on for the last month to build a desk for my
granddaughter and have posted several pictures and etc here and on a.b.p.w
of the various steps I was taking. Well, it's now done and here is a link
to some of the pictures.
TIA for looking and for any comments you may have.
Thank you, Pat. The plywood with the oak veneer I got at a yard sale for a
coupla dollars. About a third had been cut off and it had some water
damage. The edging was made from some scrap oak that once was a door frame.
The plywood was glued to the original top(planed down to a half inch) with
contact cement. The original top was several pieces of pine edge glued
together. The original top had a slight warp(no surprise) but I cut it down
the center, planed it down and reglued with squared edges. I'd better stop
here....I could blather on for hours about this project.
I appreciate your comments, Patrick. Currently, her room is 85%
pink.....walls like Pepto Bismol...but I have a feeling she will grow out of
that pink color so I painted it the antique white.
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