Make Your Own DIY Nail Polish Holder Rack
We also know that December is the month of celebrations to welcome the New Year Ahead. Some of you might be happy for new opportunities, some might be thinking of New Year Resolutions. And this New Year I will be taking some New Year Resolutions too. , Yes it will be one of my Resolution for which I’ve taken my very First Step by creating this Nail Polish Holder DIY.
I wanted to keep things clean, crisp and easy, just the way I like it. So follow the tutorial below to learn how to make your own NAIL POLISH HOLDER RACK.
- Hard Board
- Ready Wooden Strips
- Measure Tape
- A pencil or Marker
- Wood Cutter (Blade)
- White Paint Spray bottle/Normal
- Hot Glue Gun
- BondTite Glue
Measure the Hard Board and check if this is the perfect size for your NAIL POLISH HOLDER if not, cut it accordingly. For me it was perfect size, I was looking for. And you should start drawing lines with marker after same space (my case is different, I used my discarded eye pencil) . According to this size, I ended up creating/drawing 8 Shelves. Cool Haaan?
Once you’ve drawn the lines, measure them to cut the wooden shelves accordingly.
Now Paste the Hot glue and start fixing the shelves on every line you’ve marked. Vertical & Horizontal both.
We’re done with our carpenter work. Leave this half done work for at-least 24 hours to fix properly.
Next Day, Let’s be the Painter now!
After 24 hours if you feel like pasting some other heavy glue then paste it and leave it for a whole night otherwise start painting/spraying your NAIL PAINT HOLDER with the colour you like, I’ve chosen white to match it with my room furniture.
I coated this NAIL PAINT HOLDER with paint 3 times as my spray paint didn’t cover it well in 2 coats. If you use a normal tub paint then your rack will be properly covered after 2 layers only. Let it dry for a night.
And u’r done!
Place it on your dresser, hang on the wall or keep it on the floor. It will be really worth it and also make really great NAIL PAINT ORGANIZER in your beautiful Room.
Have you done any DIY projects recently? Talk to me in the comments below.