Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018. by Jami Gallagher in Floating Shelves.
Reclaimed floating shelf, so I stick one of those reclaimed boards from in the back cleaned it down. Rotted it down, cut it up into. I think 20 about 20 inch, sections and glued those three of them together, and I just saw this strip off here.
So this part is, has two bolts going into the wall here and then and then under here is three bolts 5/16 bolts come and act as acting as studs for this to attach to on the back, and I pop to see them in the back, hoping they wouldn't Move - and it was all spam in this thing and I had to beat it with the rubber mallet, like a redheaded stepchild ain't, my wife's, a redheaded stepchild, I don't say that she said it's okay, so yeah.
So this part is bolted with a bolt here and a bolt here into the wall into the studs and then, like, I said three bolts coming out here, holding this, so it ain't coming off and Jo. We move. I think I actually put this boat was going through the wall. I didn't look, but it's holding steady reclaimed, wood. We can give a purpose a little drawing hold on.
I guess they've been talking about, they want a pit and because we rant I'm not getting a dog or cat, but I said they could have a gerbil, so I'm gonna see if I'll build them, maybe a little gerbil house and something wrong along. Maybe the tops of the walls or something next month or so we'll see about that. That's what I've been just tinkering trying my hand at the whole floating shelf thing, so I hope y'all have a good one.
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