Father’s Day DIY Bottle Opener




Bottle openers mounted to wall.
It’s that time of year again, the day we say thanks to the number one man in our lives. So you’ve got your Father’s Day card picked out already, but missing that something special to give dear ol’ dad. Nothing pleases a poppa more than a gift from the heart! This year, put on those your work duds and make him something truly special.   
Materials needed:
Wood board- we used 3- 6″x 20″ pieces
Paint (1 or more colors) -we used Emergency Zone P190-6 and Blazing Bonfire P250-7
Wide mouth mason jar- we used 8″ jars
Screw on bottle openers
Metal hose clamps
Paint rollers and roller covers
Paint tray
1″ wood screws
Tools needed:
Miter saw or hand saw
Power drill or screw driver
Ruler/measuring tape
Step 1: Measure your wood
With a ruler or tape measure, measure your wood and mark it at your desired length. We decided to cut our wood into three 6″ x 20” pieces.
Measuring and marking a wood board to cut.
Step 2: Cut your wood
Use a miter/hand saw to cut your wood on the marked lines.
Cutting a wood board.
Step 3: Paint your board(s)
With a roller, paint your board. Allow to dry and apply second coat if necessary/desired.
Painting wood boards with orange paint.
Step 4: Measure and mark
With a measuring tool, find the center of your board.  Mark on your board where you want to attach the bottle opener and where the jar will hang from.
measuring the orange painted board.
Step 5: Drill
With your power drill/screw driver and wood screws, secure your objects into the wood where marked.
Adding metal rings to the board.
Step 6: Hang in place
Present to your father, give him a big hug, and let the festivities begin!
Using the bottle opener.

Wall color featured: Patio Stone N360-6

Wishing you a wonderful father’s day!
Colorfully yours,
-Sha Khezri

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