Saturday, April 18, 2015

Craft a Corner Whatnot Shelf in a Maple-Leaf Design

      Just the thing to dress up a corner in your living room, this whatnot shelf has duplicate plywood sides that can be cut together. However, one must be 1/4 in. wider than the other at the back edge. After sanding thoroughly, the sides are assembled with glue and small brads, and the shelves are spaced as indicated on the squared drawing. Finishing the original shelf to carry out the maple effect consisted of applying maple oil stain, followed by a coat of white shellac. When the shellac was dry, the surface was sanded, dusted clean and given a coat of clear varnish.

This project is perfect for those of you who know how to use a scroll saw. Click directly on the image to see a larger blue print here.
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