DIY Table Top Wine Rack

4 Materials
$6
10 Minutes
Easy

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.

diy table top wine rack

Quick, Easy, & Super Affordable

diy table top wine rack

You're going to need (2) "Wine O'Clock frames from Dollar Tree, (2) Food Choppers, Super glue, and Nail Polish remover.

diy table top wine rack

Turn frame over, and use nail polish remover (and cotton ball) to remove numbers from choppers, and the writing from one of the frames.

diy table top wine rack

Use Super Glue to bond Choppers on frame. Make sure choppers are centered on frame.

diy table top wine rack

It should look like this!

diy table top wine rack

Use Hot glue to bond second frame on top of choppers.

diy table top wine rack

You can leave it as is, or.....

diy table top wine rack

....you can hot glue additional choppers as handles/decor.

diy table top wine rack

and that's it. Very quick & easy!

diy table top wine rack

Enjoy!!!

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1 question
  • Cherie
    on Aug 30, 2018

    have you had any issues with the wine bottles being too heavy for the hot glue?

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  • Bet8330928
    on Jul 30, 2018

    I would try - but only the edge glazing. I assume there is a topcoat put over the glazing.

  • Stelmour450
    on Aug 6, 2018

    Love this idea! Will be giving this as a gift for a wine collector.

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