Published at Tuesday, November 27th 2018. by Elise Cook in End Table.
End table DIYs. I have four wooden crates. I got those from Home Depot, but I'm sure you can find them at Michael's. I paid about $ 11 each there's also some e6000 glue and two canisters of spray paint. This is the rest' oleum brand. It's the ultra cover paint and primer alright. So once you have the tarp laid down outside, because it's well-ventilated you're going to take the stickers off the crepe and you're, probably going to need sandpaper to get the extra sticky part off. Like right there, but of course I didn't buy sandpaper, so I've just got done, painting all four of them, I'm just leaving them out in the Sun to dry for 24 hours and we'll check back in a second okay once they're all dry and you bring them Inside or you can continue to work outside, if you want to you stack them up to how you want them to look.
I want mine more horizontal. You do have an option to stack them vertically, but for me, that would be too high and not enough surface space on the top to have your table you're, going to take your e6000 glue and glue them into place, alright guys. This is the end result of my DIY end table made from crates again. I got these crates at Home Depot, but I'm sure they sell them at Walmart in Michaels and other places like that. The e6000 glue really did an amazing job holding this together. I did not need any hardware or anything I just let the glue set for overnight really not even 24 hours, and it set perfectly.
I will say that I put some heavy, I put like a bottle of actually detergent overnight, so the glue could really adhere and that works really well and if you guys are interested in the decor that I used. I bought those two pieces, the white box at a home decoration store. They were really cheap, they're like $ 2.99 and the middle phase of the pink flowers. I made that myself. I got a mason jar and I spray-painted them with the mirror, finish. Spray paint and I used dollar store flowers, so super affordable, really cute. We actually like this very so much that we're going to stack three crates high and use them as shoe holders and our entryway.
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