DIY Cookbook Holder

I stumbled upon this Pottery Barn Cookbook Holder and thought, “hey, I can make that for much cheaper”. I went to Home Depot and purchased a 1×12″ common board to cut into the needed pieces. After adding a little glue, brad nails, and stain and in just a few hours I built a $5 DIY cookbook holder!

Full Cookbook Holder Tutorial:

The full step by step tutorial has been added into the FREE library on my app, Renovate with Honey Built Home.

DIY Cookbook holder
Pottery barn cookbook holder
Pottery Barn cook book holder dupe

Once you build this DIY Cookbook Holder, you’ll be ready to start cooking. Looking for some inspo recipes? I’ve got a few:
Hawaiian Haystacks
Recipes to Feed a Crowd
Homemade Spudnuts

Did you like this DIY Cookbook Holder and now you’re looking for even more info on how to do DIY projects? Check out DIY Beginner Basics–the online course that teaches you all of the things you need to feel confident and ready to start. Try a FREE LESSON from the course today!

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Meet Christine Gummersall, a mother of 4, coach's wife, former Labor and Delivery nurse, and self taught DIYer who decided to take a sledge hammer to her 1950's bathroom over a decade ago and hasn't stopped tackling her honey-do list since.  Folow along as christine breaks down the pretty afters, by showing the whole how to process and empowers you to STOP waiting, and START creating a home you love, with your own two hands! 

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