Cork Board

This week I was made aware that my (eleven-year-old) niece wants a corkboard for her birthday to hang above her desk. It’s a good thing this is a hobby, because I might have overdone things a bit.
Since I already had redwood out for the picnic table (which is still in process, pictures to come) I used that. Mortise and tenon: necessary? No. The hollow chisel mortiser makes them easy though.
Cork Board 2
Parts all made and ready for assembly. The mason jar will act as a pen holder on the dry-erase side. the shelf is notched into the face and screwed from the back.
Cork Board 3
Assembled and oiled!
Cork Board 4