Thursday, July 11, 2013

Knock Off -- Baseball Display Shelf

I have a friend who saw this online:

It really is adorable.  It's from the Lillian Vernon website, and she was about to buy two when she thought of me.  And I'm glad she thought of me because I'm always up for a challenge.

Here's my version:


I used a hole saw attached to a drill press to make all the holes.  They are attached with glue and nails through the back.  The bat was cut with a jigsaw and attached the same way.

She wanted two of them for two sweet little boys.  Both were made from pine; I kept one natural and I applied an oak stain to the other.

May you hit all the balls out of the park,


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