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Introduction: How to Tell Time...

About: I have a youtube channel and a Etsy shop I sell the things i make i also do craft shows and stuff like that. i am documenting my journey to help people do it yourself so steal my ideas and make some money!!

This was a really simple project that turned out great.

Step 1: Tools and Material

  • jig saw
  • chop saw
  • table saw
  • drill
  • 1 inch bit
  • 2 screws
  • 6 pallet boards
  • square
  • glue
  • brad nailer
  • stain
  • polyurethane
  • cricut/ stencil
  • tape measure
  • pencil

Step 2: Wine Glass Holder

For this step I used a 16 inches piece of pallet wood made a mark at 2" 6" 10" and 14" and 16". I then drilled a 1 in hole at the 2,6,10,and 14 cutting the 16 mark flush. using a square i marked the lines of the holes. cut using table saw.

Step 3: Construct the Base

I place 2 pieces of wood 16" on center apart and glued and nailed the 30 inch pieces of wood cutting of the excess using a jig saw.

Step 4: Place the Wine Glass Holder on

I used a wine glass as a reference to gage the space needed so the glass would not hang off the bottom. Using screws and glue i secured it to the base.

Step 5: Stain and Poly

Pick you stain or paint color and make it happen allow time to dry

Step 6: Print Out Stencil or Vinyl

I choose a storybook font and place them top center.

Step 7: Mounting Hardware

I put the wood 16 inches on center to allow it to be attach to wood studs. I also used wire with eye bolts to allow it to be hung.

Step 8: Place the Hooks

I used small 1 inch hooks to hold the coffee mugs i used 1 for reference to get the spacing required to hang 4 mugs.

Step 9: Sell It !!!

I have made 6 of these and sold them fast!! have fun

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    25 Discussions

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    bpoulton
    bpoulton

    Reply 2 years ago

    thanks

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    rfdykes
    rfdykes

    2 years ago

    Made one for my mother. Great Instructable!

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    bpoulton
    bpoulton

    Reply 2 years ago

    i so glad you liked it and was able to build one as well!!

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    pizzidave
    pizzidave

    2 years ago

    This is great!! What a fun and whimsical storage idea!

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    bpoulton
    bpoulton

    Reply 2 years ago

    thanks so much for taking time to look at this and also take the time to comment!

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    BPACH
    BPACH

    2 years ago

    Great Idea. I will definitely make some of these.

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    bpoulton
    bpoulton

    Reply 2 years ago

    they sale like crazy!!!

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    rfdykes
    rfdykes

    Reply 2 years ago

    How much do you sell them for usually?

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    bpoulton
    bpoulton

    Reply 2 years ago

    35 to 50

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    BPACH
    BPACH

    Reply 2 years ago

    I think I will try some with beer mugs too.

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    bpoulton
    bpoulton

    Tip 2 years ago on Step 5

    stain the board before attaching the wine glass holder

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    rfdykes
    rfdykes

    Reply 2 years ago

    My thoughts exactly

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    bpoulton
    bpoulton

    Reply 2 years ago

    thanks

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    gzumwalt
    gzumwalt

    2 years ago

    Very nicely done, I love it!

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    bpoulton
    bpoulton

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thanks glad you like it!!

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    jprussack
    jprussack

    2 years ago

    Nice one!

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    bpoulton
    bpoulton

    Reply 2 years ago

    thanks!!!

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    Violet-Person
    Violet-Person

    2 years ago

    I have seen something like this before and thought it was a great idea. Yours is fantastic!