So my craft room got a little crazy an I needed a quick way to clean up and organize the odds and ends while keeping them within reach. So I decided on a framed peg board. But I didn't want to pay to frame a large piece of peg board so I decided to frame it myself using moulding just like I did for my Agile/Scrum Board.
I picked up my peg board and moulding from Home Depot.
Using a compound miter saw I made my angled cuts. (Make sure you wear appropriate safety gear!)
Then I pieced everything together to make sure it would fit perfectly. (Don't mind the tent in the background we got rained out when camping.)
Since all my cuts looks great and fit nicely together I decided to go ahead and paint the moulding. I decided to use paint I already owned. And let it dry overnight.
Then I made sure everything looked good and I didn't miss any spots.
I used some wood glue in the corners where the boards attached.
The frame was wrapped and cinched down with tow stapes to hold everything in place while the glue set.
After everything was dry I made sure everything was going to line up.
Then it was time to flip over the frame and add the glue.
We let the glue set up for a few minutes before placing it on the peg board.
Made sure our corners were nice and lined up.
Then used our corn hole boards to weigh it down for a nice tight fit.
Using the hardware that game with all my accessories we mounted it on the wall.
I got all these baskets and hooks from Home Depot. All of the hooks were part of a starter pack and the baskets came in a three pack.
After a little playing around and rearranging the hooks and baskets this is what I've found works best of my day to day work.
Do you use vertical space to stay organized?