Table Centerpiece

9 Materials
2 Hours

I love how this table centerpiece turned out. This flower center piece is designed for bottles that are 7 1/2" tall. We bought Fever-Tree premium ginger ale drink and used the empty bottles for this project. I burned the wood using propane torch to give it that texture look and than stained it with Minwax gray color. I used the same burning method to make our king size headboard shelves.

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Tools for this project

• Drill

• Miter Saw

• Tape Measure

• Pipe Clamps

• Table Saw

• Nyalox Flap Brushes

• Propane Torch

• Milwaukee 1 1/4" Hole Saw Bit

Step-1 Burning Wood with Torch

Take 1x4 board and using the Propane Torch burn the wood until its completely black. Once the wood in burned on both sides, take Drill with Nyalox Flap Brushe and take off the burnt top layer. If you prefer the wood to look lighter than brush more layers.

Step-2 Cutting Boards

Now cut the boards at 45 degrees to provided dimensions in the cut list. Also, cut a board that's 22 1/2" long and rip it at 45 degrees so that bottom is 3" wide. This board is for the bottles to sit on.

Step-3 Drilling Holes

Take the top board and using Milwaukee 1 1/4" hole saw bit, drill 7 holes 3" apart.

Step-4 Staining

Using Minwax classic gray 271 stain the boards on all sides and wipe it off with a cloth.

Step-5 Assembling Everything Together

Once everything is stained, place the boards on a flat surface (may use claps to hold it together) and attach it using Wood Glue and Nail Gun. You're all done with this table centerpiece. Take the Fever-Tree premium ginger ale drink and insert the empty bottles for flowers. These bottles are 7 1/2" tall.

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  • Jack of all Jack of all on Nov 06, 2019

    A piece of art, great idea, will most definitely make one in the future.

  • Gail Gail on Nov 06, 2019

    I see this with wine bottles instead. 3 or 5. Obviously taller for maybe a sideboard or buffet. Different greens......