Posts Tagged ‘patriot primed’

RevBead Menu Board

Friday, March 24th, 2017

A really fun and useful craft for display in your kitchen is a menu board constructed of RevBead® Reversible Plywood Beadboard. The supply list for this project consists of: – a piece of RevBead® Reversible Plywood Beadboard – jigsaw or table saw – nail or staple gun – small nails/staples – wood glue – trim […]

RevolutionPly® Plywood Cork Board

Friday, March 10th, 2017

Another great idea using RevolutionPly® plywood is to construct a framed cork board.  Not only is this a handy message center, but it can also be a stylish addition to a home’s décor.  It’s up to each individual’s taste how the cork board is finished with unique framing styles and colors. All you need is […]

Birch Plywood and RevolutionPly® Wine Rack – Part IV

Monday, February 20th, 2017

To complete our wine rack, we put two coats of a rich mahogany stain on all of the components before the final assembly.  We discovered that a paint brush worked better than a cloth or foam brush for applying the stain, and it was painted on in smooth strokes going along the grain. Once the […]

Birch Plywood and RevolutionPly® Wine Rack – Part III

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Now that the outer box frame is complete, the next step in our birch plywood and RevolutionPly® wine rack project is to construct the inside shelving that will hold wine bottles. Each of the inside pieces are measured and notched halfway through the panels, so that they will fit together forming an “x” shape.  Then […]

Birch Plywood and RevolutionPly® Wine Rack – Part II

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

We have the pieces cut for the framing of our wine rack.  After lightly sanding the edges, we used screws, a hammer and a steel bar to achieve our desired distressed look.  This can be done by placing screws on a hard surface, in this case a cement floor, and set the cut pieces of […]

Birch Plywood Table Box – Part III

Tuesday, December 20th, 2016

To complete the birch plywood table box, wood glue was applied to the edge of each piece and then finishing nails were used to assemble them into the shape of our finished box.  We then filled our box with fresh fir tree trimmings, white lights and red balls and stars in celebration of a holiday […]

Birch Plywood Table Box – Part II

Thursday, December 8th, 2016

Our birch plywood table box is coming along nicely, as we have been working on our pieces to give them a distressed look.  An easy way to do this is to use a hammer to tap the edges of the pieces and then place the pieces on top of some nails or screws on the […]

Happy Halloween Part I

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

Halloween occurs each year on October 31st and is a time of celebration and superstition.  It began as the eve of the Celtic New Year observed on November 1st.  The night before was thought to be the time when the worlds of the living and the dead became blurred, so to ward off roaming ghosts, […]

Multi-functional Barn Sytle Door – Part II

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

In continuation of our project, wood filler is applied to the staple holes.  After it dries, the areas are sanded to obtain a professional appearance.  We then painted the trim pieces white, but you can choose any color you like.  Chalkboard paint was applied to the bottom half of the door. Once all paint was […]

Muli-functional Barn Style Door – Part I

Thursday, September 29th, 2016

A creative use of Patriot Timber Products RevolutionPly® Plywood is constructing a multi-functional barn style door.  We built this door for a hall bathroom, and also to provide a message center on the hallway side.  The top half is a cork board for pinning coupons, business cards, or artwork; while the lower half is a […]

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