Ken Wingard creates a stylish and inexpensive solution to hanging up our stuff.
- Wooden craft circles in various sizes
- Spray paint in various colors
- 2” dowels
- 3” screws
- Phillips head bit
- Drill bit to size of screw shaft
- Drywall anchors
- Hot glue
- Spray paint the desired number of wooden circles to desired colors. Set aside to dry.
- Cut the wooden dowels into 1” and 2” length pieces. Cut one for each dot.
- Drill a pilot hole all the way through the center of each dowel piece.
- Mark where you want each hook on the wall. Then drill a pilot hole and screw in anchor where each hook will be placed.
- Now screw each dowel piece into the wall and into the corresponding anchor with the 3” screw.
- Adhere a dot to the front of each dowel. Place a dab of hot glue in the center and wood glue around that in a circle, in the center on the backside of the circle. Press onto the front of the dowel, wait until stuck. PRO TIP: Use another dowel to trace the dowel diameter in the center of the backside of the circle as a template for the glue.
- Repeat step 6 for each hook.
- Allow the glue to set for 24 hours and enjoy!