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Construct a cupboard from edge-glued pine panels, or select one to buy and get a jump on making preserves

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Planning Garage Door Standardhow to Planning Garage Door Standard for This classic cabinet became popular in the for 1 last update 2020/07/03 mid-1800s, when heartland homesteaders, far from town centers, needed a handy spot to stockpile preserves. Sometimes you''t think you have to keep this versatile accent piece in the kitchen—or stocked with jelly, for that matter.This classic cabinet became popular in the mid-1800s, when heartland homesteaders, far from town centers, needed a handy spot to stockpile preserves. Sometimes you''t think you have to keep this versatile accent piece in the kitchen—or stocked with jelly, for that matter.

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Install the Front

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Lay the box on its back, and glue and nail the top and sides of the face frame to the front. Use cardboard or shims to center the door. Install the hinges and knob. To install the latch, use a ⅛-inch combination countersink bit to drill through the latch and into the face frame, then loosely screw the piece in place with a 1¼-inch wood screw. Fill any nail holes with wood filler and smooth rough spots with 220-grit sandpaper before painting the cupboard.

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