Peg Board Storage Wall
Install a pegboard storage wall for all your scrapbooking supplies.
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Are you spending more time searching for supplies and tools than actually cropping? Get those minutes back by installing a peg board storage wall for all your paper and materials. Scrapbooking expert Rebecca Ludens demonstrates the installation with the help of host Sandi Genovese.
2' x 4' sheet of garage liner white peg board
2 - 4' lengths 1" x 2"
2 - 1' 9" lengths of 1" x 2"
package of #10 2" wood screws
drill with bit slightly smaller than screws
Phillips screw driver attachment for drill
20, 12" x 12" Paper Station Trays (Display Dynamics)
assorted pegboard organizers as desired
- Use stud detector to ind studs on the wall you will be securing the pegboard to. Mark the studs with a pencil.
- Pre-drill holes into the 1" x 2" and screw them to the wall forming a 2' x 4' rectangle. Use level to keep rectangle straight along the wall. Secure the 1" x 2" at each spot crossing a stud, forming a securely framed anchor for the peg board wall.
Place a washer over a screw , then screw the 2' x 4' section of peg board onto the frame on the wall. Secure with screws and washers approximately every 6-8 inches all the way around.
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