Cube organizers and a repurposed door come together for a practical, one-of-a-kind crafting table.
Tools and Materials
- Two 6-cube storage units
- Coordinating fabric cube storage bins (optional)
- Hollow-core door
- Oilcloth (enough to cover door)
- Heavy-duty staple gun
- Grosgrain ribbon
- Hot glue gun with hot glue sticks, or fabric glue
- 4 L-brackets and screws
Crafting Table How-to
1. Spread out oilcloth, right side down, on a flat surface. Center door on top of oilcloth.
2. Starting in the center of one side, wrap oilcloth around to back of door, and staple in place. On the opposite side of door, directly across from the first staple, pull oilcloth taut over the back of the door and staple in place. Repeat for the two remaining sides of the door, making the oilcloth taut in the center from four directions. Continue stapling from the center points outward, about every 3 inches. At each corner, fold one side neatly under the other and staple in place.
3. Use hot glue gun or fabric glue to attach grosgrain ribbon over staples, all the way around underside of door.
4. Place covered door on top of two evenly spaced storage units.
Tip: The units can be placed on their sides for a lower children's table (pictured).
5. Screw L-brackets to underside of door and backs of storage units to hold in place.
Oilcloth available from Oilcloth International; ribbon available from M & J Trimming or most craft and specialty trim stores. Six-cube organizers and all other tools and materials available at The Home Depot.