Wooden Dog Leash Holder

Wooden Dog Leash Holder

What You'll Need: 

Wooden Dog Bone 
Black & White Round Knobs 
White and Blue Acrylic Paint 
Paint Brushes
Sanding Block
Screw Eyes
Picture Wire
Drill with 3/16" Bit
Pencil
Ruler
Awl
Bolt Cutters

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Difficulty Level: Beginner
Approximate Time: 1 Hour (Not Including Dry Time)

How to Make a Wooden Dog Leash Holder 


Wood'nt you love to know right where your dog leash is every time you take it for a walk? If so, this Wooden Dog Leash Holder is the perfect craft for you! Hang your leash on this stylish and fun-to-make leash holder every time you return from a walk! 
 
  • 1 Paint wooden bone

    Paint the wood bone white and allow to dry. Once dry, paint a blue wash over white and let that dry. 

  • 2 Sand edges

    Sand the edges and surface of the bone. Wipe off grit. 

  • 3 Drill holes in wood

    Position and mark hardware onto wooden bone with pencil. Drill 2 holes for hardware. 

  • 4 Screw in eyes & hardware

    Mark a hole on the back on each side and screw in screw eyes using an awl. Insert hardware through front and secure with nuts on back. Cut off excess hardware stem with bolt cutters. 

  • 5 Add picture wire

    Slide picture wire through screw eyes. Loop end back through screw eye and twist around wire. Repeat on the other side.