DIY: Wine Crate Display Cases
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Check out these unique DIY Wine Crate Display Cases! I was looking for an interesting / inexpensive solution to display art and I found it at Design Sponge! I love the rough look of the wooden boxes against the elegant print. So unique! Here is what you will need to complete this project: Metal ruler Crate Gift wrap or [...]
Check out these unique DIY Wine Crate Display Cases! I was looking for an interesting / inexpensive solution to display art and I found it at Design Sponge! I love the rough look of the wooden boxes against the elegant print. So unique!
Here is what you will need to complete this project:
Gift wrap or other fancy paper
First, use a metal ruler to measure the interiors of each crate to make sure you have enough fancy paper to line all of them. Next, draw out the measurements in pencil on the backside of the paper. In order to avoid any potential gaps along the interior edges, add a 1″ “allowance” as follows:
Long pieces: add 1″ to each of the three sides that border the interior of the box.
Short pieces: add 1″ allowance to the side that borders the back of the box.
Back piece: no allowance necessary
Using a straight edge and an X-acto blade, carefully cut out each piece of paper (five per box). Create fold lines by scoring along your pencil marks with a bone folder. Finally, miter each of the interior corners by cutting a 45 degree angle from the outside edge in, along the 1””allowance.
Now it’s time to glue. In a well-ventilated area, apply spray adhesive to the back sides of each of your long pieces. Carefully place them carefully inside the box, lining up the folded edges with the edges of the box and smoothing out any air bubbles that may appear in the paper. Next, spray and apply the short pieces. At this point, all four sides of the box will be lined, and the back will have a 1″ border all the way around it. The last step is to spray and apply the back piece to the box. Smooth out bubbles and let dry completely before proceeding to the next step.
Decide which direction you want to hang your boxes, and attach a sawtooth hanger along the top edge of each box using a hammer and small nails. Apply peel-and-stick rubber bumpers along the bottom corners of each box, to ensure that they hang straight against the wall.
Mark the position of each box on the wall with a pencil, and attach them using the appropriate hanging hardware for your wall.
Thank you Design Sponge for the inspiration!