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Shutters or bi-fold doors are easily found at the curb or thrift stores. This project was made from a bi-fold door that I cut in half.
You will need to remove every other slat. You can do this by using a claw hammer to break the slat you're removing. I used my Dremel Max ...
If you use a hammer to remove every other slat, fill the empty holes with some spackling or wood putty. Because I used the Dremel Saw Max to ...
After removing your slats, you can see that you will easily have room to hang your magazines. Tip: I save my removed slats to use as paint stirrers.
I used a paint sprayer to get a great (easy) coverage. If you don't have a paint sprayer, you can use spray paint. Painting by hand is another ...
I used a can of spray paint for the topcoat. Again, you can use a paint sprayer or paint by hand, being careful to not get any runs ...
I used a vinyl cutter to add a decorative swirl. You can use a variety of embellishments, including wood, or some old decorative hardware. There is a definite ...
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