DIY Fruit Slice Shelf


I said a couple weeks ago over on Snapchat that my next major project is the kid's playroom. Snapchat showed the reason why- it is a disorganized mess of toys!  The room is getting a much needed complete makeover, but in the meantime I have a mini DIY to share that will be used in the girl's kitchen.
The DIY is inspired by a shelf I found on Pinterest- and no longer available.  I liked it so much I decided to DIY it!

Materials:
Wooden Circle Cut in two halves (I got mine at Home Depot, but they do not have the link available online for it)
Craft Paint
Paint brushes
Scrap wood
6 screws (3 screws for each shelf) 
Drill
4 Sawtooth hangers (2 for each shelf)
Hammer

Cut your wooden circle in half, if you do not have a saw, Home Depot will make cuts for you.  Sand the edges where the cut was made.

Paint your desired fruit- I decided on a watermelon and pink grapefruit or you can call it pink lemonade- as long as it is pink, lol.  A rainbow would be a cute non-fruit option!


I used scrap wood to save money (home improvement stores usually have a ton for cheap, I got mine for $2) I cut it down to 17 inches and 3/4 (the length of the top of the circle)  and drilled it to the top using 3 screws.



P.S.- the picture shows only 2 screws, but then I realized I needed 3, so ignore the photo in this case ;) 

Attach sawtooth hangers to back of shelf using your hammer. 


Two shelves for less than $15? I am in! 


The girls love them, they are not hanging in playroom yet because I have painting to do on walls first, but they cannot wait.


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