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From 1/2" x 3/4" x 8' strips, cut parts 1" longer than what's shown on the parts list. Glue and clamp pairs of strips with their edges flush to make parts. Carefully remove any glue that squeezes out from between the pieces.
After the glue dries, trim the parts to length.
Good to Know
All the 14" horizontal pieces must be cut exactly the same length. To do this, trim one end on each piece. Group two or three parts and cut them at one time. Use one of those to mark the length for the remaining parts and cut those to length so the saw barely touches your pencil marks on the waste side of the cut.
Cut the three center boards to length. If the 7-1/4"-wide boards don't fit your miter box, make square cuts by sawing freehand. Center the saw blade on your penciled cut line and brace a piece of scrap wood with a square-cut end against the saw blade as you cut.
Prime and then spray-paint the finished project with three coats of your choice of colors. Allow the final coat to dry overnight.
On the back of the side pieces, add two D-ring hangers the same distance from the top. Measure the distance apart and make two level marks on the wall where you want the display. Drive two mounting nails into the wall and hang the finished display.
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