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Project by GeekyDad79 posted 155 days ago 708 views 9 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Saw some really nice Liquor and Wine Glass Holders online made from Recycled Pallets so this is my spin on it. This is made from hobby wood that I stressed to look weathered. I stressed the wood by putty wood screws in an old shirt and beating on the wood a little bit (tried a plastic bag and ended up with screws everywhere). Also took a hammer to the wood. For the color, is used a weathered oak stain that I put on sloppily and sanded the excess. The mounting for the wall is a wooden cleat.

-- Brandon





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jstefan

39 posts in 157 days


#1 posted 154 days ago

that’s cool! would you mind putting some glasses in it and some wine/liquor. would love to see it perform it’s duty. all these photos you all post put so many ideas in my head :) wish there was more time in the day. thanks for the inspiration

-- flickr: josephstefan twitter: wynnkid

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jstefan

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#2 posted 154 days ago

I don’t know if I missed it the 1st time I looked, but that’s the photo I was looking for :) thanks!

-- flickr: josephstefan twitter: wynnkid

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Sheri

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#3 posted 149 days ago

Great job!! Could you tell me how you did the bottom where the wine glasses hang. I did one out of pallet wood, but didn’t like the way the bottom turned out. Kinda new at this!

Sheri

-- Sheri, Alabama

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Fishinbo

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#4 posted 148 days ago

Great build, like the rustic look and it’s a great addition to that bare wall. Great job!

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GeekyDad79

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#5 posted 148 days ago

Thanks everyone. I love how the stain came out. Usually i hate finish work but had fun on this one.

Sheri – the wine glass portion was done with 1/2” hobby wood on my router using a 1” flush roter bit. I set my fence up, routed the first outer slots (did one side and flipped the wood for the other side). I set up a stop for the depth. I adjusted the fence for the next inner set. For the center slot i maked center on the wood and adjusted the fence to get it close for center

-- Brandon

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