Triangle Wood Shelves

$40


Spots available: 6
Registration closes at 48 hours before event

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Materials saved from the landfill:
wood


Skills you'll learn:
sawing, drilling, sanding, wood wax finish


Display your tiny collectibles, air plants, or small trinkets on a DIY triangle shelf. A great project for beginner woodworkers, these shelves are simple to make with the right tools. Using the chop (or miter) saw, the class will cut their wood to desired lengths as well as make angled cuts. Participants will use a pneumatic nail gun to assemble their shelf. Pieces can be sanded then finished with Perennial's homemade wood wax. The class will also discuss the proper method to hang your shelf depending on your wall type. Learn to identify plaster walls vs. drywall and the proper fasteners needed to hang work safely and level.


 

  1. sawing
  2. drilling
  3. sanding
  4. eco-friendly finishes
What will be provided

All materials provided.

Location
Perennial
3762 S. Broadway,
St. Louis, MO, 63118

Student Reviews

5 | 1 review
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    Ashley N.
    Triangle Wood Shelves

    It was a perfect date night activity, and we got to leave with two super cool shelves! We're excited to hang them up :). The instructor was informative, friendly, and helpful!

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Perennial is a community workshop + store that transforms trash into creatively restored objects and teaches the St. Louis community how to do the same.

For more information visit www.perennialstl.org or call 314-832-2288.

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