Up-Cycling 101: This is the Last Planter, We Promise
Golf season is well under way, and if you have a set of clubs in the basement that haven't been used for a while or since the 80's like my grandpa's old clubs, you may want to come up with another use for them. That's why this months Up-Cycling 101craft is the golf club coat rack. This craft leaves a lot to your imagination, from the colour, the spacing between the clubs, and which ty
pe of clubs you use. The options are endless! The basic instructions are below to help get your juices flowing.
1. Find a piece of wood you'd like to use and cut it to the desired length.
2. Cut the heads of your golf clubs at the desired diameter. 3/8" to 1/2" typically. You'll need a hacksaw or plumbing pipe cutter.
3. Measure up the placement of your clubs and drill the holes at the same diameter as step 2.
4. Mix up some 5 minute epoxy and spread it in the holes and push your club heads into the holes.
5. Tape up around the club heads and stain or paint your piece of wood.
6. Screw up your beautiful new coat rack into studs if possible, plugs if not.