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My sister wanted a step stool for her two year old in the bathroom. The following is what I came up with and is my first instructable. For this project I used only what I had lying around from previous projects so this stool could definitely be modified and improved upon.

Material:
I used scrap pine boards from another project:

x4 - 4"-1"-16.5" (For the step tops)
x2 - 3"-1"-15" (For the front supports)
x1 - 12"-1"-15" (The back)
x2 - 12"-1"-14" (The sides)

Tools:

-Appropriate Safety Equipment for working with power tools and dust.
-Circular Saw
-Drill
-Kreg Pocket Hole Jig
-1 1/4" pocket screws
-Clamps
-Wood glue
-Sand Paper/Sander
-Measuring Tape
-Pencil
-Square

Step 1: All the Cuts

<p>I ran across this plan along with several others similar while looking for something to build for my 2 year old granddaughter, who is very &quot;active&quot; these days. I liked the simplicity, but wasn't crazy about the appearance from the front with the edges of the sides exposed, so I changed up a few dimensions, hinged the top, and personalized it a little just for her. This plan was a great starting point though!</p>
Looks great! I love the hinged top.
<p>I Love it... thanks so much for sharing. I am just an old granny and I think I can make it.</p>
I have an old stool like this I've been dragging around for over 2o years. For whatever reason, the stool is practically untippable. Simple design that really works. Good ible too!

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