Anyone who's worth their salt will tell you, the key to speed lies in the flashiness of your paint job. Here, Blue-Jae is adding some tricked-out cust...
This project is pretty straight forward, but I thought it was pretty sweet of Blue-Jae to go ahead and make it out of scrap plywood rather than going out to buy one. I didn't snap any pics of the layout, but she used a ruler and a speed square (just a right triangle, you can get them at any hardware store) to lay out the holes at angles instead of the typical rows. Why? Because she's badass and can't be contained by convention.
Step 1: Drill Your Holes
So, once she'd completed the layout, all that really remained to do was drill the holes. Choose your drill bit based on what you're going to use for the pegs, in this case it was rivets and some medium gauge wire. This was pretty easy, the hardest part was making sure the drill was straight up and down, and that we didn't drill all the way through. If you have a drill-press this step is a snap.