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Homemade Pallet Coffee Cup Hanger

This easy DIY pallet coffee mug hanger is the perfect solution for small spaces. Take your favorite mugs and show them off on the wall! Customize the look of the holder with wood stain and a different variety of hooks. Easily fits any decor and only takes minutes to put it together!

Pallet Coffee Cup Hanger

DIY Homemade Pallet Coffee Mug Hanger

 


 

Items Needed:

 

Directions:

 

Take your piece of pallet wood and sand it down if desired. I prefer it because it keeps splinters at bay and gives rough pallet wood a better look. If you don’t have a sander, some 80-grit sandpaper by hand will do just fine.

 

DIY Homemade Pallet Coffee Mug Hanger

 

Once sanded, take your tape measure and measure one inch in on both ends of your board and mark it. Start from one of those marks and measure 4 inches down the middle and mark it. Do this three times so that you have a total of 5 spots marked.

 

DIY Homemade Pallet Coffee Mug Hanger

 

Using your drill and bit, drill into the spots you marked, be sure they are centered and even.

 

DIY Homemade Pallet Coffee Mug Hanger

 

Take your hooks, by hand, and twist them until they are flush with the wood.

 

DIY Homemade Pallet Coffee Mug Hanger

 

To hang your coffee hanger, I suggest securing it to the wall in whatever fashion your prefer. We tried a hanger on the back of it but with the weight of coffee cups, it wasn’t secure enough until we attached it to the wall.

 

DIY Homemade Pallet Coffee Mug Hanger

 

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DIY Homemade Pallet Coffee Cup Hanger
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Small space? Hang you coffee cups on the wall with this great space saving pallet coffee cup hanger!
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Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
20 min
Prep Time
5 min
Cook Time
15 min
Total Time
20 min
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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
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Yields
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Amount Per Serving
Calories 0
Calories from Fat 0
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 0g
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Saturated Fat 0g
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Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0g
Monounsaturated Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg
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Dietary Fiber 0g
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Sugars 0g
Protein 0g
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ingredients
  1. 1 – 18-inch Piece of Pallet Wood
  2. 5 – ½-inch Hook Hangers
  3. Drill
  4. 5/32nd Drill Bit
  5. Tape Measure
  6. Pencil
  7. Electric Sander (optional)
Instructions
  1. Take your piece of pallet wood and sand it down if desired. I prefer it because it keeps splinters at bay and gives rough pallet wood a better look. If you don’t have a sander, some 80-grit sandpaper by hand will do just fine.
  2. Once sanded, take your tape measure and measure one inch in on both ends of your board and mark it.
  3. Start from one of those marks and measure 4 inches down the middle and mark it. Do this three times so that you have a total of 5 spots marked.
  4. Using your drill and bit, drill into the spots you marked, be sure they are centered and even.
  5. Take your hooks, by hand, and twist them until they are flush with the wood.
  6. To hang your coffee hanger, I suggest securing it to the wall in whatever fashion your prefer. We tried a hanger on the back of it but with the weight of coffee cups, it wasn’t secure enough until we attached it to the wall.
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