Other than $7 spent on a big pack of pegboard hooks for the tools, I cobbled this together with what I could find around the house. I stole a table my husband bought at a garage sale to use as a unicycle jump (don't ask). The pegboard was already in place from the previous owner. The milk crate was sitting around empty in the basement. They have a little hand-me-down schoolhouse chair to sit on while they ponder their projects. I also let them annex a little space on the storage shelf next to the little table. They already have a big bin of scrap lumber to work with and they have spent many hours running down to the basement to build this or that.
In the picture, Me Too is reading some real blueprints that their grandpa sent him from his company. Very neat. Thanks Bumpa!
Now I have to go put together some new works for the practical life shelf now that I have some room.
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