Do your kids love to put on plays and dress up? Create easy storage that doubles as a display for all their costumes. All you need is some basic DIY skills, a little lumber, pipe fittings and these simple instructions.
Each costume will hang on a rod made of threaded galvanized metal pipe, elbows and flanges. To make sure you have the proper amount of clearance for each outfit to hang side by side without overcrowding, measure the average span of jackets, capes or cloaks. A distance of 14 to 18 inches between each rod works best. Use a tape measure to mark the position of each rod onto the primed MDF. Start from the center and work toward each end.
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