You can order from E-Bay for around $50.00 unassembled. The holes are predrilled and wood screws/pegs are provided and have been dado cut. Excellent quality, other than the wood was a little rough and I did sand down some.
So do you have the same problem I (had) of finding a safe place to store your scrapbooks? A convenient place that kids or adults can get the books out to look through and put them back themselves? Do you have them stored in the back of a closet because it is the only safe place for them? After all it takes countless hours of love to make them and that doesn't include the cost of the pictures or supplies if you paper scrap! Maybe the scrapbooks are as large and thick as the scrapbook in this picture, heavy and bulky. Well I have found the perfect solution!
A LIVESTOCK TROUGH!
Yes, a livestock trough. The scrapbooks fit perfectly, children can get the scrapbooks out on their own and put them back when finished looking at themselves.
They don't take up much room, they are made sturdy and all I did was paint, distress and wax mine.
I did not use the bottom piece that normally would be used if you were actually using the trough to feed animals. I don't like the corners of my scrapbooks getting dog-eared and this totally prevents this problem.
I loved my first trough so much after receiving it and the way the scrapbooks fit, you guessed it, I ordered another one.
The girl behind