This wall unit is 3 old cheapo laminate book shelves, painted, thin paneling removed and bead board added to the back for support and crown
this wall unit is 3 old cheapo laminate book shelves, painted, thin paneling removed and bead board added to the back for support and crown molding added to the top.
This wall unit is 3 cheap laminate book shelves, painted. The thin paneling removed and bead board added with crown molding added to the
Marks and Spencers
This durable range gives a clean and contemporary look to your home. It is crafted with natural oak tops and a putty painted finish. A low sheen lacquer provides added durability. H195.5 x W55 x D55cm 3 shelves in unit Made from natural oak tops Putty painted finish A low-sheen lacquer provides added durability Free furniture delivery. Our team will unpack and position your furniture in your home Available to order online, by phone or in our furniture stores only Why use veneers? £449.00
Bookcases & Shelves
Materials- leaf template;scissors;cardstock;pencil;old book, pages removed;craft glue;24 gauge floral wire,cut to 5 in lengths;pressed real leaves;20 gauge floral wire;brown floral tape;1/8 in tan quilling paper;acorn caps;hot glue gun & glue sticks;ribbon for bow. Step 1- print leaf template on cardstock & cut out. Trace the leaf shape on a page from the book; roughly trim the paper around the leaf shape. Step 2- apply craft glue to the back of the leaf shape. Place a 5 in length of wire on a 2nd page from the book, then place the leaf shape glue side down over it, sandwiching the wire between the papers. The wire should be centered on the stem of the leaf & half the wire emerging from the stem. Allow glue to dry, then carefully cut out the leaf shape with scissors. Repeat to make 45-50 leaves. Step 3- bundle 3-5 leaves & twist the wires together (you can add wires to real pressed leaves & incorporate them in the paper leaf bundles if desired) Step 4- to make a wreath form cut a 47 in lenth of 20 gauge wire, fold in half & twist. Shape twisted wire into a horseshoe then wrap with brown floral tape. Step 5- Starting @ 1 end of the wreath form & working toward middle attach bundles of leaves with floral tape, repeat for other side. Step 6- to make acorns, tightly roll 1/8 in quilling paper into a flat disk. Use thumb to push the center of the disk outward, forming into a cup shape. Rub the inside with craft glue to secure the shape. Apply hot glue to the inside of the quilled cup & adhere to an acorn cap. Use hot glue to attach acorns to wreath. Step 7- tie bow on the top center of wreath