Quick, Easy, & Super Affordable
If you love wine, you're going to love this quick & easy Table Top Wine Rack. Great for small spaces in any room in your home.
Quick, Easy, & Super Affordable
You're going to need (2) "Wine O'Clock frames from Dollar Tree, (2) Food Choppers, Super glue, and Nail Polish remover.
Turn frame over, and use nail polish remover (and cotton ball) to remove numbers from choppers, and the writing from one of the frames.
Use Super Glue to bond Choppers on frame. Make sure choppers are centered on frame.
It should look like this!
Use Hot glue to bond second frame on top of choppers.
You can leave it as is, or.....
....you can hot glue additional choppers as handles/decor.
and that's it. Very quick & easy!
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