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Tools & Supplies:
Old Sheets or Drop Cloth
Sandpaper: grit 220
(5) 1” x 6” Pieces of Scrap Wood
Pocket Hole Jig
1 1/4” Screws
High Performance Protective Enamel
Foam Craft Brush or Paintbrush
(5) Decorative Hooks
(2) Sawtooth Picture Hangers
Spread old sheets or a drop cloth on the ground outdoors to protect surfaces from enamel drips.
Sand the front and sides of all five scrap wood pieces with 120-grit sandpaper.
Remove the sanding dust from wood surfaces with a lint-free cloth.
Attach the wood pieces together in a nonparallel pattern, using the Jig
, drill and screws.
Set the wood rack on the drop cloth, and apply protective enamel to the front and sides with a foam craft brush or paintbrush.
While the enamel is still wet, remove excess with paper towels to allow the wood grain to show through.
Allow the enamel to dry 4-6 hours or overnight.
Attach a hook in the center of each piece of wood.
Attach 2 sawtooth hangers on opposite sides of the back of the rack with a hammer, then hang it on the wall.