DIY rope and driftwood teacup holder

DIY rope and driftwood teacup holder tutorial DIY rope and driftwood teacup holder tutorial DIY rope and driftwood teacup holder tutorial DIY rope and driftwood teacup holder tutorial DIY rope and driftwood teacup holder tutorial DIY rope and driftwood teacup holder tutorial DIY rope and driftwood teacup holder tutorial

 

After being in our apartment for awhile now, I thought it was only appropriate that I start to show you some of our decor and how to make it yourself! If anyone knows me, I love to go shopping and say “I think I could make this..”. Sometimes it never actually happens but when we need a certain piece of furniture etc. I am all about it. In fact, the majority of our furniture is DIY! I am lucky enough that Charlie loves using his tools and being my handy man because I don’t know if I would particularly trust my clumsy self to handle a saw..

I went to school in Rhode Island and lived literally less than half a mile from the beach. I am such a beach bum and loved going there and just walking the beach, even in the winter all bundled up! While I was living there, I found this piece of drift wood that I couldn’t bear to leave.. Yes, I am that kind of scavenger that could be borderline hoarder.. You never know when you are going to need something! Anyways, when we moved in here we had the perfect idea for how to use it and it turned out to be a super simple project that is actually one of my all time favorite things!

Materials: Piece of driftwood, rope, large hooks for ceiling, small screws for teacups

Plans: Cut the piece of wood to the desired length. Decide where you want the piece of wood to fall on your wall and measure that distance. Cut two pieces of rope with that measurement + a foot or two

Make a slip knot around the drift wood with both pieces of rope and another double knot around the ceiling hooks. Take the piece of wood out of the slip knots and put to the side.

Screw the large hooks into the ceiling, making sure to measure how far apart you want them on the piece of wood. You may need those drywall screw holder things (you know what I’m talking about right?) just to make sure it is in there really securely

Screw in your small hooks to the bottom of the wood.

Slide the piece of wood back into the slip knots and hang your teacups!

Hope you enjoyed!

XO, k