Anti-Gravity Shelf

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Intro: Anti-Gravity Shelf

The Anti-Gravity Shelf is a shelf where you can use the bottom of the shelf and the top of it.

You can use it on the kitchen, on your bedroom, on your office, anywhere you want.

So let's get Started !!!!

Step 1: What Do You Need...

A Wooden Board (mine has 65cm x 19cm);

Some Glass Pots (some 4 or 5 pots);

A Screwdriver (or a Hamer if you don't have a Screwdriver);

Some Screwls (3 Screwls for each pot);

Wall Bracket (to attach the Shelf to the wall).

Step 2: Define the Position

First thing to do is to define the position of the lid of the pots on the wood, using a pencil.

It's important to place the lids of the pots on the same distance one of the other. You can place it at 5 cm of distance one of the oder. Everything depends of the size of the wood and of the lid of the pots.

Remember that you need to spin the pots to use it. That is why is important do take distance one of the oder.

Step 3: Screw the Lids of the Pots on the Wood

Next step is to make 3 holes in each lid, and screw it into the marks you have made in the wood in the last step.

PS: If you don't have a Screwdriver, you can use a hamer and nails.

You have to remember that the screws or the nails have to be smaller that the wood.

Step 4: Put the Wall Bracket

Now you have to put the Wall Bracket on the wood.

Remember to put the wall bracket in between the lids of the pots, so the screws or the nails does not catch on the lids of the pots.

Step 5: Putting It on the Wall

After putting the wall bracket on the wood, you can screw it to the wall, with the lids of the pots facing down.

Step 6: The Best Part !!!!

Now, it's the part where you chose what are you going to put on this shelf. You can put whatever you want.

LET'S DO IT !!!!!!!

Step 7: That Is All

After choosing what to put on your shelf, close the pots and... WALAAAA!!! you have you Anti-Gravity Shelf !!!

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    Maker Saga

    1 year ago

    I like the space saving hanging jars! Well done!

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    louisemakethings

    1 year ago

    I love this idea of hanging them out of the way!! Did you consider using magnets to hang the jars?

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    Swansong

    1 year ago

    I love these! They save so much counter space :)

    1 reply