I finally got my napkin holder finished & I want to share it with you.
1x12 board cut to the height you need
2 bread pans
4 machine screws
Saw tooth hanger
Nail & hammer to secure napkin holder to wall
First I started with a 1x12 board that I cut to 16 inches tall (because I wanted it to fit under my cupboard ).
I stained my board with dark walnut by Minwax.
My 2 bread pans I found at my local thrift store for $1 each!!!
I started by drilling 2 holes into each bread pan.
And I drilled holes into my board too.
I used machine screws to secure my bread pans to my board.
I used machine screws because they have a flat end on them rather than a pointed end. This way I have nothing scratching my wall.
I love how this turned out!
I filled it up with napkins & more I have a bit more room on my counter top.
Not pictured** I added a saw tooth hanger to the back, top of my board & hung it on a nail so that it would be secured & not tip over when taking napkins out of the bread pans.
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