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Create a child’s rack

Time to give your child’s room a special touch!

Hats, jackets and backpacks are just some of the things your child has lying around their room. Make your child's room tidier by building this DIY clothes rack, which will not only guarantee a tidier bedroom, but will also look great on the wall! Create it together with your child!

WHAT YOU NEED

MATERIALS

- All-purpose adhesive (e.g. UniBond 100% Power Glue)
- Construction adhesive (e.g. UniBond No More Nails)
- Wooden boards
- Wooden dolls

TOOLS

- A ruler
- A pencil
- A cloth

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Get the materials


You will need a ruler, a pencil, a cloth, wooden boards, wooden dolls, a construction adhesive (e.g. UniBond No More Nails) and an all-purpose adhesive (e.g. UniBond 100% Power Glue).

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STEP 1

Clean the wooden boards

Using a cloth, clean the wooden boards to make sure the product adheres perfectly.

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STEP 2

Mark the position of the dolls

Using the ruler and the pencil, measure the spaces and mark where the dolls are going to be positioned.

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STEP 3

Glue the wooden boards

Glue the boards together using construction glue (e.g. UniBond No More Nails).

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STEP 4

Stick on the dolls and let it dry

Apply the all-purpose adhesive (e.g. UniBond 100% Power Glue) to the bottom and back of the dolls and stick them to the wooden boards. Let it dry. The product reaches its maximum adherence after 24 hours.

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STEP 5

Hang it on the wall

Apply the mounting glue to the back of the boards and stick them to the wall.

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STEP 6

Wait 24 hours

In 24 hours you can hang up all your child’s jackets and hats in this DIY clothes rack. Make sure to check out this shelf made of paint tins that will look amazing in your child’s bedroom!

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