BUILDING DIY'S

DIY WALL CANDLE SCONCES

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MATERIALS-

1×6 and 6′ long-select pine

1/8 drill bit

Wood Clamps

Drill Gun

#10 screws 1 1/4 long

Drywall screws

Wood Stain-Ebony

Titebond Wood Glue

Speed Square

DIRECTIONS-

Cut pine to 20″ long (or however long you’d like yours to be)

Cut your shelf to 5 1/2″ (or whatever size you want it to be)

Measure and mark where you want your shelf (I went to 6 3/8 from the bottom)

Wood Glue your shelf down using your clamps to secure it

Let dry

Using your 1/8 drill bit, create holes in the back

Drill your screws into the holes to secure the shelf

Sand your wood to make sure you have all the glue off

Stain

Let Dry

Affix to your wall

 

CUTS-

Cut 1×6 down to 20″ long

With remaining wood, cut 5 1/2 inches wide for shelf

AFFIX TO WALL-

 

Drill a pilot hole in center (2  3/4 in.)

Attach to the wall with drywall screws

Use anchors if needed

SHOP THIS PROJECT-

Wood Stain-Ebony | Titebond Wood Glue | Wood Clamps | Battery Operated Candles | Speed Square

 

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