DIY on a Dime

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DIY on a Dime

Ashley SharpKindergarten

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My small group work space was a complete DIY creation. The seat crates were made using plastic file storage boxes and plywood I already had on hand. My small group table was actually an old hexagon-shaped computer table that our maintenance crew cut in half. The large shelf in the back came from a coworker across the hall. I cleaned it up and covered the top with black contact paper. The lime green, dry erase wall pops were just added this year. It has taken me many years to put the finishing touches on this area of my room, but I am so happy with this DIY space. It is by far my most favorite space in my room!

My small group work space was a complete DIY creation. The seat crates were made using plastic file storage boxes and plywood I already had on hand. My small group table was actually an old hexagon-shaped computer table that our maintenance crew cut in half. The large shelf in the back came from a coworker across the hall. I cleaned it up and covered the top with black contact paper. The lime green, dry erase wall pops were just added this year. It has taken me many years to put the finishing touches on this area of my room, but I am so happy with this DIY space. It is by far my most favorite space in my room!