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  • DIY Wine Bottle Pallet Board

    Posted on April 16, 2013 by in DIY Projects, Maggie's Country Home
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    I saw this idea on Pinterest, but they used wood from Home Depot. I grabbed a board from a pallet in my garage and I couldn’t be happier with the results.
    What you’ll need:
    -Wine bottle (maybe goo gone to remove the stickers)
    -Pallet board
    -Stain or poly (personal preference)
    -Sand paper if staining
    -Copper bracket found in the plumbing aisle at Home Depot
    -Picture hanging bracket to mount on wall

    Let’s get started.
    Clean up your wine bottles by removing stickers and rinsing the inside, etc.
    Attach the copper bracket.
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    Next you’ll cut your board to the correct length. Then sand and stain if that’s what you prefer. You could leave it natural or just some poly after sanding, even paint it. It’s all up to you! So many options.
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    I used Minwax Express Color stain in the color Walnut.
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    It was pretty dark on the pallet boards so I added a quarter size amount to a bowl, added a little water, mixed it up and lightly applied it with a cheap paint brush.
    I let it dry for about a half hour.
    Now it’s time to drill your hole to attach the copper bracket and wine bottle or if you prefer and if you’re using soft wood just use some muscle and a screw driver and finish assembling all the pieces. Hammer your picture hanger on the back and you’re done!
    I made a couple to hang on both sides of my bay window in my dining room.
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2 Responses so far.

  1. Tiffany says:

    Hi! I went to my local Home Depot and have been searching online for these copper brackets. Do you have a specific name of them? No one seems to know anything about them or where I can find them.

    Thanks!!

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