I used to work for a company that built shipping crates, and they gave away a lot of scrap 1/4" plywood. These are small sizes, as plywood goes, typically 24" x 36" sheets. Some are bigger or smaller than that, and I've also got some that are 24" x 96", roughly. I'm trying to figure out what to do with them. I was planning on using them to build up the floor in the bathroom, and decided against it based on my uncle's advice (also a woodworker and master craftsman)... too much gluing and screwing (around?) to keep it from squeaking. I was thinking of making some holiday cutouts or something. Is it worth it to glue these sheets together to make any kind of small cabinetry?