This turned out great. Felt is soft on games and easy on the eyes. If you make something like this, pay special attention to the under-sided faces: If you don’t put enough spray adhesive there, the fabric will start to separate from gravity over time. Spraying both surfaces produces a much stronger long-term adhesion, but watch for overspray on your exposed fabric surface. Use a cardboard shield whenever possible- when in doubt, don’t risk it.
Another tip that I failed to mention in the video is that construction adhesive can be used in the trouble spots. I used a small bead along the felt edge on the backside to keep it from curling back. Likewise, if a corner ever starts to peel away in the future, I will use construction adhesive to bond the felt back to the wood. Squishing the fabric into yet-uncured caulk makes a very permanent bond.
Side note: I love the way these felt-and-plywood carriers smell once they are done. Overall, I just highly recommend making one. This one reflects two decades of revision on its design, and I couldn’t be happier. Oh, and yes- I did fill it up completely! Immediately after filming this, I topped it off with my PS2 games. This shelf is a “sixed gen,” you might say. lol.
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