Here’s what you need: 1 unfinished wood crate (She got hers from Joann’s but if you used your 40% off coupon at Michaels, they would be woofing cheap!!) 4 castors Small screws for the castors (choose ones that are both thin and short, so they don’t crack the wood or stick out) Stain or Paint (or you can leave it au naturel. Heather had stain kicking around from an old project.) Lightly sand any slightly rough areas on the crate. If desired, paint or stained everything except the bottom. All paint/stain to set for a few hours or overnight, then flip and paint/stain the bottom. Watch out for drips! Smooth them out and wipe off any excess paint/stain. Allow the bottom to dry completely When your crate is completely dry, you can add the casters. DO THIS CAREFULLY! The pre-made crate uses thin wood. You want to use small screws and proceed VERY slowly so you do not split the wood. If you do get minor splits, you can put a little wood glue in to sure them up. If you wanted a bit more of a solid area to screw the casters into, you could use wood glue to attach cut pieces of wood to the bottom corners BEFORE you paint/stain/otherwise decorate. Once everything is dry and assembled, fill it with toys!
Can you even imagine a simpler project?!