How to Make a Wine Glass Shelf

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I got these plans from www.thedesignconfidential.com…. Please check out that site for more DIY's

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Wood before cutting!

Wood before cutting!

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CUT LIST. 1 – 1x6 at 24”, cut down to 3-3/4” wide - Back 1 – 1x3 at 24”, cut down to 1-3/4” wide - Front

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2 – ½” x 4” at 10”, cut to 2-1/2” wide – End Slides 4 – ½” x 4” at 10”, cut to 3-3/4” wide – Middle Slides 1 – 1x10 at 24” cut to 8-1/2” wide- Bottom 6 – ¾” x ¾” at 10” - Supports

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Attach the front to the base with wood glue and nails.

Attach the front to the base with wood glue and nails.

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Do the same with the rear panel. Clamp and let the glue dry (about 25 min)

Do the same with the rear panel. Clamp and let the glue dry (about 25 min)

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Attach at both ends the 3/4" dowels. Again use glue and nails.

Attach at both ends the 3/4" dowels. Again use glue and nails.

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Between the first and second dowels you will want to leave 4 1/8". The rest of the spaces should be 3 1/4" apart.

Between the first and second dowels you will want to leave 4 1/8". The rest of the spaces should be 3 1/4" apart.

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Use your square here to make sure everything is perfect.

Use your square here to make sure everything is perfect.

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Attach the 2 1/2" wide pieces to the ends.

Attach the 2 1/2" wide pieces to the ends.

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Oh no my wood split! It's ok just use wood glue and clamp together. Everything will look smooth after sanding later on.

Oh no my wood split! It's ok just use wood glue and clamp together. Everything will look smooth after sanding later on.

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Then attach the 3 3/4" pieces keeping everything centered!

Then attach the 3 3/4" pieces keeping everything centered!

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Great tool to hammer the nails Into the wood.

Great tool to hammer the nails Into the wood.

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Use the wood filler in all the nail holes. I also use the wood filler for any gaps that may have occurred.

Use the wood filler in all the nail holes. I also use the wood filler for any gaps that may have occurred.

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Time to sand!

Time to sand!

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Stain it or paint it. I suggest doing this prior to assembly. It was a pain to stain the bottom part.

Stain it or paint it. I suggest doing this prior to assembly. It was a pain to stain the bottom part.

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