Diwine on a Dime {Repurposed Wine Crate}

February 27, 2012 |  by  |  Before & After, Blog, DIY, Home & Decor

A repurposing wine crate idea that will have you thinking twice about befriending your local wine shop’s owner :-)

Seriously, don’t we love those wine crates! I made this exclusively for Apartment Therapy, for more pictures check it out here!

Also, I can never have enough baskets and boxes for my clutter! Just throw the stuff in and voila- you don’t see it anymore:-) After a couple of month though, it’s that time again…decluttering-my-props-but-I-can-not-make-up-my-mind-what-to-throw- time! Definitely not my favorite time of the year! Sarah takes on the de-clutter challenge (2 weeks, 5 rooms), and holy sh*t, 5 rooms… this is quite some work!

Back to the crate:

The wood of the crate was pretty dense, so I had to pre-drill all holes. (On the bottom corners for the wheels, on the side for the handle)

After attaching the wheels and the handle, I drew the letters onto the adhesive paper. (Don’t forget to mirror it).

Total time: 1hour

Total cost: $5

Btw, in the meantime, you guys must have been reading my online magazine, we have reached fabulous

161259 views!

This is pretty much awesome!

Thanks so very much! Enjoy the rest of your day! Oh, and here are 10 more wine crate projects conveniently collected in one spot!

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//xoxo, Sibylle//

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11 Comments

  1. Very cute and soo versatile, you could do just any design with this! Wonderful. Have a wonderful day! Yours, Thea // sisterMAG
    Thea recently blogged..sisterMAG launched … and what is with the iPad??

  2. Great idea, is really usefull!!

    xoxo from München
    La Vie Quotidienne
    http://www.laviequo.com

  3. Great! I’m in love with the Revolver-Cover poster ^^

  4. i love this idea :)
    very cool
    well done

    Betty Bake
    Betty Bake recently blogged..10 THINGS EVERY FOOD BLOGGER SHOULD KNOW.. (OTHER BLOGGERS TOO)

  5. Awesome and so unique! I love how that came out, and it’s a very fun wine crate idea.

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