At the beginning I sawed all pieces on 45° mitre-cut and glued them together.
sandpaper in different grain sizes
filler, putty knife, hammer, abrasice sponge, hand brush
dust mask and chisel
putty knife with filler on it
Waiting for the filler to dry.
Afterwards I filled the holes on the cut surface of the chip board.
Then I had to sand it down to get a smooth surface.
Finally I painted the pieces, five of them are white outside and blue inside but one piece is in reverse.
FIRST TRY OUT
There are numerous ways to arrange the different modules.
Sideview of the end arrangement of the tetris rack, in this case it was used as decorative shoe storage.
process to the