Here is a DIY copper and wood bracelet holder to make this weekend to greet ALL THE DIY bracelets I will be posting throughout next week! When I saw this magazine rack I absolutely had to make something similar… and so this was born a copper and wood bracelet holder!You will find everything you need at the hardware store for about 20$. And if you’re lucky (like I was) the nice man will cut up your wood pieces for you!
Let’s get started!
In the plumbing department:
- 4 copper elbow pieces
- 4 copper “t” pieces
- 4 copper ends
In the wood department:
- one long piece of wood the same diameter as your copper (2 x 50 cm, 4 x 15 cm , 2 x 10 cm)
+ strong glue
*Once i was finished i thought it would have been nice to have to back part taller to put necklaces on. For that two of the 15 cm pieces should have been 20/25 cm.
1- Insert your “t”s onto your 2 long pieces and glue the coppers ends… to the ends!
Both times I somehow got one super easy one to insert and the other one SUPER HARD. I had to make a screwing motion to get it in so it kind of damaged the wood…weird.
2- Put glue on the copper elbows and on the small pieces of wood
4. Assemble the bracelet holder!
Now just cover in bracelets! (stay tuned for lots coming next week!)