Building shutters has traditionally been a process that required a lot of set up work, jigs, and other assembly devices that made for a demanding and challenging process. With the introduction of the Rockler Shutter System much of this has changed. Most woodworkers with modestly outfitted shops, can produce shutters that rival custom made shutters, at a fraction of the cost. Each student will learn all of the steps necessary to design and build plantation shutters. The student will walk away with a miniature shutter that they have built. Shutter making materials are included. Each student will need to provide their own Rockler Shutter Template Kit, as well as a pair of safety glasses. To participate in any class, children less than 18 years of age must have a legal guardian or parent, who has signed the waiver agreement and the legal guardian or parent must supervise the child at all times during the entire event. Children less than 14 years of age cannot use any power tool (with the exception of random orbital sanders). Children 14 years of age and older may use power tools, but must do so under the direct supervision and guidance of the legal guardian or parent, who has signed the waiver agreement.