Note: I set it on 20 because when the blade is straight up and down, it is set on 0 and makes a 90 degree cut through the wood. So this means if you want a 70 degree angle cut you need to go 20 off that.
2) I measured out 12" then set my miter gauge on my table saw to 70 degrees and pushed it through on both ends.
Kreg Pocket Jig. Note: I'm obsessed with my jig and use it for just about everything, but if you don't have one just use a nail gun to put all the boards together. In fact, even if you have a jig you don't have to use it because this is a light weight load and brad nails would do just fine.
6) Finally I just picked a spot out then put screws in those pockets on the side and screwed it to the wall.
Very simple project but also very useful. : )
Alright, I'm going to get back to resting. This flu has thoroughly kicked my butt so I wouldn't expect any new projects outta me for maybe a week or so.
Total Time: 1.5 hrs
Total Cost $0