Step 4: Attach the Panels to the Frame

Start by lining up one of the 1' x 3' panels to the top of the frame.  Using your finishing nails secure the panel to the frame.  This is where the nail gun comes in handy.  If you don't have one I would recommend borrowing one.  Flip the frame over, the bottom is now attached.  Line up the next two 1' x 3' panels and nail them into place along the frame.  Finally, line up the two 1' x 4' vertical panels and nail them to the frame. 
<p>Very nice idea...</p>
very nice
This is fabulous. I want to make one for my doggie clothes!
Oh my! I wish I had had this (and all those awesome dresses!!!) when I was little :D You should enter this into the <a href="http://www.instructables.com/contest/holidaygifts2012">Holiday Gifts Contest</a>!
Cute! What an awesome idea!
What a great idea! It could easily be decorated to suit any style, and has lots of other possibilities. It would be very useful as a winter outerwear organizer for young kids. You could put a boot tray and plastic bin in the bottom for boots and hats/gloves/scarves, and then little ones could quickly find their own stuff for those busy mornings getting ready for school!
I like that idea. We have winter gear all over the place right now!
Very nicely designed and finished!
BRILLIANT!!!!!!!! <br>What a great idea!
wonderful! Can't wait to make this with a small tweek, going to use a pre-existing boy box base

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