The other day, I came across a DIY for a tablet holder on Pinterest, and I immediately set out to make it. Like any good chef-in-training in the digital age, I rely on my iPad for recipes, chopping tips, and to Google quick swaps when I realize I have none of the ingredients I need and the oven is already on. So I set out to make my own and I have to say, this is DEFINITELY one of my better ones, guys.
Here’s my inspiration:
Here’s my final product:
Right?! Okay so here’s how I made it.
Wooden Cutting Board
Curved Molding – Cut to width of board
I bought approximately 8 feet of this so the man at the hardware store could cut it down to 10 inches.
To me, how the iPad looked while on the holder was most important, so I picked the perfect iPad reading height and marked the dowel positioning from there.
I used super glue because I trust it more than wood glue.
Look how horrible my hair looks in that reflection. It looks actually so much better IRL.
I still need a support for the back. My inspiration used a long building block for support. I think I may grab a wooden plate easel for it and paint it white to match. In the meantime, I’ll keep up propped up and displaying my next recipe!