I love how this table centerpiece turned out. This flower center piece is designed for bottles that are 7 1/2" tall. We bought Fever-Tree premium ginger ale drink and used the empty bottles for this project. I burned the wood using propane torch to give it that texture look and than stained it with Minwax gray color.
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Step 1: Burning Wood With Torch
Step 2: Cutting Boards
Now cut the boards at 45 degrees to provided dimensions in the cut list. Also, cut a board that's 22 1/2" long and rip it at 45 degrees so that bottom is 3" wide. This board is for the bottles to sit on.
Step 3: Drilling Holes
Take the top board and using Milwaukee 1 1/4" hole saw bit, drill 7 holes 3" apart.
Step 4: Staining
Using Minwax classic gray 271 stain the boards on all sides and wipe it off with a clean cloth.
Step 5: Assembling Everything Together
Step 6: Insert Bottles and Flowers
Take the Fever-Tree premium ginger ale drink and insert the empty bottles for flowers. These bottles are 7 1/2" tall. You're done