Published at Monday, 27 August 2018. Floating Shelves. By Jordan Mills.
It was time to make the shelf. I took two pieces of wood and attached them with a mending plate after the shelf was together. I place it on the corner, braces and secured it with some screws through the bottom of each one. These shelves are pretty sturdy, but I wouldn't recommend placing anything extremely heavy on them. Next, I'm going to show you how to make this really cute watercolor piece.
While I was bending the wire I secured it down with some tape, it's much easier to mold the wire like this than to completely freehand. It next I took the small pot, filled it up with some hot glue and placed my wire cactus inside when it was secure. I took a folded piece of wire and secured it around the top to create the centerpiece. Then I replicated the size of the cactus and fold the ends of the wire so that they would hook onto the middle piece. And, lastly, I filled the pot with some rocks to cover up the glue. Lastly, I'm going to show you how you can transfer photos onto wood, you will need a wooden plaque, a photo printed, awesome computer paper, a gel medium, a rag, and a paintbrush start by applying a thick layer of gel medium onto the wood.
Decorative floating shelves. You can make these whatever size you'd like, but I'm going to leave the exact measurements and parts that. You will need a wooden board, ripped plastic anchors corner braces, mending plates screws, a screwdriver and a drill, I've drilled, four holes two on each wall, then because there were no beams where I drilled, I placed an anchor in the holes and followed with screwing on a corner, brace after all, four were in place.
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