$$ – (Under $45)
scrap cabinet grade plywood – found in alleyway… (free)
assortment of spoons – thrift store… (under $4)
Nuts, Bolts, and Washers – price depends on size. we wanted large, so spent a bit more… (under $10)
2 36″ square steel tubing – $5.57 each… (under $12)
2 Flat Brackets – depends on size of your board. We went with 48″ brackets @ 6.51 each.. ($13)
Steel Adhesive – we went with SteelStik… (under $6)
Burlap Coffee Sack (optional) – had around the house…(free)
First we arranged the spoons and the steel bars on the board…
Now, take a hacksaw and score the spoons and the steel tubing where they will attach. Next we took SteelStik and adhered the spoons.
Set up the brackets and mark where you would like the bolts to go… We did 4 on each side between each bar.
Next, drill the holes…
We then set it up and trimmed the brackets. We had a coffee sack lying around that we thought would make for a nice cover to the board.