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DIY Sideboard Cabinet (With Storage!)

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I’ve been working super hard over the past few weekends to create a #DIY Sideboard Cabinet for my parent’s laundry room and I’m so excited to be sharing with you! You can find the full #woodworking plans for this build on my website! Let’s do this.

This project is sponsored by DAP Products.

Full Blog Post (& Materials List): https://wp.me/p79fl6-1Ik
Printable Plans: https://gum.co/GhIzY

»»»» Shoutout To Helpful Friends!

Jason’s Cabinet Door Video (Bent’s Woodworking): https://youtu.be/7-dT8RgYSRE
Brad’s Cabinet Build & Card Trick Video (Fix This Build That): https://youtu.be/VsUXSyviLS8

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Animation: Robert Raimondi
Music: Epidemic Sounds
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20 COMMENTS

  1. Wow, you are amazing! Not only are you skilled at woodcraft but editing is on point. I'm a new subscriber. I appreciate your Time. Thanks for sharing. Angel from The Bay

  2. Absolutely love this! I too have a full time job & now want to get into wood working. You make it look so easy. I hope I can make this cabinet…or at least something similar. Thank you for this tutorial!

  3. Damn girl, you have soooooooo many awesome tools, INCLUDING THAT SAWSTOP TABLE SAW! Those are incredibly expensive! Anyways, if I had a lil shop in a shed with tools for every lil job within the build, I'd be in there all day everyday!

  4. Just subscribed to your channel recently. Finding this video today and I love it . Can't wait to give it a go.. thank you…

  5. As so many have said, beautifully conceived and executed. Love that you are brave enough to stretch your skill set, and by your example are encouraging others to do so. By far the most valuable part of your presentation. But that pocket hole jig??? Huh? What is that? Could you please–and please again–comment on that?

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