DIY Circle Shelf

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Hey guys, today I have a great DIY for you that is super unique and way too fun to make! Embroidery hoops are cool, but it’s hard to think outside of the box with something like that, until now! We created this super cool DIY Circle Shelf out of embroidery hoops and you won’t believe how great it turned out. They make great room decor and everyone will want to know how you made it. If you want to learn how you can watch the video or read the tutorial down below!

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Supplies : | Americana Decor Neon Lights in Knockout Blue | Paintbrush | Sand Paper | Craft Knife |Ruler | 3″ Wide Wood Piece | Square Dowel | Hot Glue Gun | Three 12″ Embroidery Hoops | 

Steps : 

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Step 1 : Remove the inside circle of each embroidery hoop, and measure your 3″ piece of wood at 12″ long.Screen Shot 2017-03-07 at 9.32.47 AMScreen Shot 2017-03-07 at 9.33.05 AM
Step 2 : Cut the line you just made with the craft knife, then cut the square dowel into four 3″ pieces, then sand down any rough edges.
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Step 3 : Paint all your wood pieces Knockout Blue, and allow to dry.Screen Shot 2017-03-07 at 9.34.42 AM
Step 4 : Lay one painted hoop on your work surface, and glue the 3″x12″ wood piece into the hoop where it touches. Then repeat in the middle of the wood piece 1″ from the first hoop, and then again 1″ from the second hoop.Screen Shot 2017-03-07 at 9.35.29 AM
Step 5 : Glue the small painted dowel pieces for support on your shelf, three evenly placed on the top, and one on the bottom. Once dry hang and display!Screen Shot 2017-03-07 at 9.45.10 AM

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Can you believe we made this out of embroidery hoops?

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Rachel Hensley

Hey guys, I'm Rachel Hensley. I have always loved crafting, and as I grew up I fell in love with DIY. I love making fun and unique projects, and I hope to encourage and inspire people with the work that I do.

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