7 Crazy shelving ideas to easily impress your friends



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DIY Bathtub Shelf

Step 1: Use wood glue to attach the support bars.

Step 2: Stain the wood, and water seal it. Make sure to dry it.


Step 3: Get a belt and cut it to have two hand holders.

Step 4: Use a heavy duty stapler to secure the belts.


Multiple Box Shelves

Step 1: Arrange the small boxes and attach them with wood glue and use clamps to hold them together.

DIY guitar shelf

Step 1: Take off the strings.

Step 2: Use a rotary saw to remove the face of the guitar. Clamp the guitar before you saw the face off to make sure it stays steady.

Step 3: Use sand paper to smooth the edge out.

Step 4: Use the wood glue to put in the shelves.


Cake pan to a shelf

Step 1: Unlock the cake pan and remove the bottom part.

Step 2: Screw in the wood.

DIY floating shelves

Step 1: Remember four spots on the corners!


Step 2: Clamp the wood onto the flat surface and make holes with drill.

Step 3: Make a knot by using rope.

Step 4: Put the rope into the hole so that the knot can reach to the wood and repeat for other holes.

Step 5: Connect the ropes to the other surface and make a knot for each hole.

Embroidery hoop to shelves

Step 1: Get an embroidery hoop and attach the wood to the hoop with hot glue gun.

Step 2: Attach four small pieces of wood to embroidery hoop as shown below to attach the another two hoops.


Popsicle stick hexagon shelf

Step 1: Print a hexagon shape.

Step 2: Use wood glue to attach the popsicle sticks on the lines as shown below.

Step 3: Attach the popsicle sticks alternately. Repeat many times until your honeycomb shelf is desired depth.

Step 4: Paint the shelf.



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