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Bread Board iPad Stand

Posted by Jamie Klinger-Krebs on Jun 4, 2015 2:33:00 PM

Bread Board iPadI love easy DIY projects that make great gifts. This bread board iPad stand is one of them. It not only holds your iPad, or even a cook book while preparing dinner, but it looks great on the kitchen counter when not in use.

Glue Level TilesIt’s perfect for the chef in the family (start your Christmas crafting now!), bridal shower gift and even a Father’s Day surprise.

You will need a bread board bigger than an iPad or mini, Scrabble tray and letter tiles, glue and a small wood stick.

Line up the Scrabble tray along the bottom edge of the board, using a level to make sure it’s straight and hold it in place with glue. Glue a message to the top with the letter tiles. I chose “EAT.”

wood stick and bread board standMake a stand by attaching a piece of wood to the back. You will need to cut each end on an angle. Use a screw to hold in place.

Allow the glue to dry before using. Other options would be to stain the board to match your kitchen cabinets. Hang a mini whisk from the hole at the top. Personalize the message with a recipient’s name or favorite food. The ideas are endless.

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  • Bread board iPad stand
    This bread board iPad not only holds your iPad, or even a cook book while preparing dinner, but it looks great on the kitchen counter when not in use.
  • Wood bread board

    You will need a bread board bigger than an iPad or mini.

  • Glue and level
    Line up the Scrabble tray along the bottom edge of the board, using a level to make sure it’s straight and hold it in place with glue.
  • Scrabble tiles

    Glue a message to the top with the letter tiles. I chose “EAT.”

  • Wood stick

    Make a stand by attaching a piece of wood to the back.

  • Wood stand

    Make a stand by attaching a piece of wood to the back. You will need to cut each end on an angle. Use a screw to hold in place.