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A DIY Wine Rack Worthy of Your Ménage à Trois Wine
Spin The Bottle: Weekend DIY

Spin The Bottle: Weekend DIY

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A DIY Wine Rack Worthy of Your Ménage à Trois Wine

Searching for the perfect place to store and display your treasured wine collection? Skip the store-bought options and instead craft a one-of-a-kind DIY wine rack that’s the perfect blend of modern and cool. The functional design, which we like to think can double as home decor, features plenty of room for every bottle, and can easily be customized for a handcrafted aesthetic. For example, you can switch up the colors to coordinate with your home’s current design scheme, or shift the placement for a look that’s just your taste.

One great thing about this do-it-yourself storage is it takes only a few items and some old-fashioned elbow grease to complete – not a power tool in sight. But the best part about this stunning yet simple project? You’ll have plenty of time left over to enjoy your Ménage à Trois wine.

What you’ll need:
- Spray Paint
- Shipping Tubes, minimum 3.5” in diameter, 12” in length (PVC pipe is another option. Find out if your local hardware store will pre-cut the pipes before purchasing)
- Hot Glue Gun
- Utility Knife (if using shipping tube)

How to make it:
1. Using your utility knife, cut the shipping tubes into 12”-13” long sections, depending on desired depth of wine rack.
2. Apply two coats of spray paint on all sides of cut tubes, including the inside.
3. Create your desired pattern, and hot glue the horizontal sections together.
4. Once the glue has dried on horizontal rows, stack and glue rows together vertically. Be generous when applying glue, but be careful not to add too much to visible areas, such as the outsides or top of wine rack.
5. Allow to dry completely.

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