Kyle Bollendorf and his daughter, Laurel, love to work together in their workshop. The only problem was that Laurel needed her own toolbox, and what’s a better way to get one than to make one together!
Now, you may be thinking that this is as simple as any old project, but Kyle never turns down a challenge. So, he decided to enter the annual Summer’s Woodworking 2×4 Challenge with this creation.
When it comes to single board wood-working, measurement and planning is a must. The duo couldn’t afford to make any mistakes. Even so, Kyle recognizes the importance of letting his daughter do her part.
“I wanted to keep her involved so I made sure she could mark out the pieces, hammer some nails, and screw in the hardware. This project was a blast for both of us”
Their project was a huge success. Not only did they make memories that would last a lifetime, but also an awesome toolbox!
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