Published at Monday, 27 August 2018. Floating Shelves. By Renee Erickson.
I think this tile was cold when I use the hot glue, so it didn't attach that style very well. That's my hypothesis at least, but here we go the first step that I already did because I started this project before I thought about sharing it with you guys. But basically, all I did simple stuff was take my drill and wherever I wanted to attach the wood to the tile, I drilled a hole through the wood, so I drilled a hole there right there.
So those holes hole straight through the entire piece of wood, and I did the same on this other piece of wood that there's a hole right here. You know it's her. He would that light right there and a hole in that penis back there. So now, if we go over here, I already per-drilled one he's a tile like. I said because I got a little ahead of myself on this one, but I'd use a masonry bit just to drill two holes in this piece of tile, but I'm going to go ahead and set up now.
Floating shelves on top, would you actually kind of like the look of know that it's been doing that for a day or two, especially this one right here, but I liked it better on the bottom, but I Think I may put those two on the bottom then see if I have a smaller one that I could float up towards the middle there. But basically I had some this piece of wood and that top keys they're attached to a piece of tile that was under the sand here, along with a piece over here he's over here in a piece over here and as you can see, it did not last It floated to the top the hot glue.
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