If your children are budding artists, they probably enjoy pursuing projects independently. Encourage your children's creative aspirations by providing them with small, portable worktables of their own. Equip the tables with conveniently mounted rolls of paper, and no matter where they are, your kids can portray their surroundings.
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Using a 3/16-inch drill bit, drill two holes on the inside of two legs at least 5 inches from the underside of the table. If your table is rectangular, use the two legs at one of the short ends.
Screw a No. 6 screw eye into each hole.
Using a 1/16-inch drill bit, drill a hole into the end of the dowel. Insert a #8 dowel screw into the hole. Attach a drawer pull. Thread the dowel through the eye, and attach a second pull to set dowel in place.
Cut a parting strip to the width of the table. Predrill two holes at each end of the far side of the table from the dowel assembly. Using wood screws and washers as spacers, screw the parting strips into the predrilled holes
Thread dowel through roll paper, reattach, and thread through parting strip.
Drill with 3/16-inch drill bit
No. 6 screw eyes
1/2-inch diameter dowel, cut to fit width of table