Grace’s Bakery Shelf
If you are following along with us in the project of Grace’s Bakery, you might want to get your tools out and ready! Here is another piece to add to the collection. It is Grace’s Bakery Shelf that hangs on the wall. It has an open front and shelves to store dishes, ingredients, or yummy treats. The only thing tricky about this project is cutting the face to match the authentic American Girl one. That’s okay though because I provided you with a printable that will guide you.
As always, once you are done creating this, spackle, sand and paint! The real one is white an it has a black design on it. You can create the design with a black paint marker.
1 – 1/2’’ @ 1’ x 2’ – You can use Plywood.
1 – 5/8’’ Nails for 18 Gauge Nailer
1 – 1/2’’ @ 10 1/16’’ x 8 1/16’’ – Follow Step 2 for cutouts
2 – 1/2’’ @ 7 1/2’’ x 1 3/4’’ – Sides of Cabinet
4 – 1/2’’ @ 7 1/16’’ x 1 3/4’’ – Top, Bottom, and Shelves for Cabinet
18 Gauge Nailer
Jig Saw or Scroll Saw
Attach the sides of the cabinet to top and bottom. Nail into place and then insert the shelves. Be sure to use wood glue before you nail.
This step is optional. You can do a plain rectangle face or you can follow the printable and use a scroll saw. Place the printable on your wood, trace to wood, and then use as a guide. Grace’s Bakery Shelf Printable **Make sure you print to fill entire page.
Glue and nail the face on to the cabinet. You might want to paint the inside before you do this step.