If you want to know how to make a baseball cap rack, you will first have to choose how many caps you want to hang. You will also need to pick out the type of material to use for your baseball cap rack. One popular choice to use is wood, which will make your baseball cap rack look much nicer.
Things you may need:
- Measuring tape
- Wood stain
- Go to a home improvement or craft store to get the materials to make a baseball cap rack. Have the store cut the wood you need for the rack. You may also want to look for some pre-cut wooden pegs you can use to hang the caps. You can use hooks instead if you prefer. Buy some stain for the baseball cap rack so it will look nice hanging on your wall. Remember to pick up some nails as well if you do not have any at home.
- If you are using wooden pegs for the caps, attach them to the baseball cap rack. This may be as simple as screwing the pegs in if they come with wood screws attached to them or you may have to nail the pegs from the back of the rack if not. Use measuring tape to space the pegs correctly for the number of caps you want to hang.
- Nail the top piece of wood on when you make a baseball cap rack. Nail the top piece to the piece of wood with the pegs on it. Once you finish nailing on the top piece, you can use it as a shelf. Stain the wood pieces and pegs using a paint brush or a rag if the stain instructions indicate to not use a brush.
- Hang your baseball cap rack on the wall. Make sure the rack looks good on the wall. Use a measuring tape to help you center the rack. Hang your caps on the wooden pegs to see the finished product.
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