This was really easy to make, but here are my steps for the DIY Wooden Kindle Display.
Luckily, I had all the necessary materials in my scrap bin. This project required a 1x2, a piece of trim, and a 1x12 all cut at 10 inches. I started the project using the trim piece, but I decided I did not like it and I used a 1x3 cut at 10 inches.
Then I just glued and clamped the pieces together. I added a few finishing nails just to hold it together.
I painted it white.
I thought it looked a little plain. So, I decided to make the front a chalk board. I taped off a rectangle and used some chalk board paint that I had from another project.
Here is the finished project.
I have a Kindle Keyboard, so it's a little small, but you get the idea. I was happy with the way it turned out. More importantly, my niece liked it!
You can check out more detailed directions on the Shanty 2 Chic blog.