Happy Monday, sweet friends!! To start off, I want to take a moment and tell y’all how thankful I am to each and every one of you that visit to my blog, leave me kind and encouraging comments, email me, and support me in this dream of mine! I wouldn’t still be blogging if it weren’t for y’all, so THANK YOU!! A million times over, THANK YOU!!
Today, I am sharing something that I’m sure a lot of you have seen grow popular over the last little bit, peg rails! There are so many great ideas of where to use these cute little pegs. I decided to add pegs to this plain area in my kitchen.
I started by drawing a level line down the center of the board…
Then marked where I would be drilling the holes for the pegs. I decided to place each peg six inches apart.
Before I started to drill into the actual board, I decided to practice on a scrap piece of wood, to ensure that I was using the correct size drill bit.
Sure enough, the 1/2in drill bit worked perfectly!
Now time to drill into the actual board….
Added a little wood glue to each peg (peg source) …
Placed the peg into the holes.
Let the glue dry, painted, and done!! This project literally took me 15 minutes, or less, and was just $4 for the pegs. I love quick, easy, and inexpensive projects!!
You could totally recreate this on any board that you have. Think how cute it would be on a piece of reclaimed wood!!
￼For now, I just hung a few things that I had laying around. I’m excited to decorate this space a little more, real soon!
Thank you so much for visiting my blog!!
Hope y’all have a great start to this new week!
So much love to you all!!
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