Sorry for bad English (google translate).
Now we are going to do a children's shelf for books. Dimensions: Height - 940mm, Width 770mm, wall - 450 mm. Ear to 3 cm sticks so that you can put on the wall with the plinth.
The main difference between a conventional horizontal shelves from the fact that the child sees all the books and he can choose what to read.
So, we will need:
Polished 12 mm plywood
sandpaper (I used the nozzle drills with the skin Velcro)
Cordless drill with a 4.5 mm and 3 mm
water emulsifiable color - ocher (or yellow) and chrome-yellow (or orange) PARADE
Water-based latex paint (preferably probably with increased wear resistance) (I took PARADE W4)
small textile roller and brush
12 screws to 40-50 mm
If you have the artistic abilities as me (ie shitty) - you can print a picture of my giraffe and move it to the cells of the veneer.
Here the details ready for the shelf. On the blank cells have a giraffe on his art which I endured from a notebook. The cells here with a side of 5 cm
Next, cut the shelves with stops. Size of shelves - 750h260 mm restrictors - 750h60 mm.
I have fixed a screw gun attachment for drills for skins with Velcro.
Plane, I processed the same nozzle, only to have his hands - a very convenient taped it turns out! :)