If you got a piece of glass or acrylic lying around, might as well put it to good use.
Step 1: Materials and Tools
- 1 inch angled wood
- 3/8" square dowel
- Spare glass or acylic
- Wood Glue
- Wood saw
- Wood screws
- Tape measure
You can find all this at your local hardware stores, even the glass or acrylic. My frosted glass was from parted out from a bed stand I think from Ikea.
Step 2: Cut to Size
Step 3: Create the Two Mounting Rack
2. Smear the wood glue on one side of the square dowel and place the non glue side against the glass.
3. Carefully place the glue side onto the angled wood.
4. Clamp down the square dowel and remove the glass. Wipe off the excess glue off the glass
After it's done drying, you can paint it whatever your heart's desire.
Step 4: Drill and Mount Up
The wood screw must be flushed with the surface or else it will block the glass from being able to slide in so use a countersink if you have one. You can use a bigger drill bit to create the hole bigger but don't go all the way through.
Step 5: Install the Glass
There you have it! Cheap solution to a glass marker-board.