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Hanging Glasses: 5in1 Wine Holder

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A DIY 5in1 wine holder
Just follow our simple guide to create your own 5in1 wine holder
  • Difficulty
  • Costs
    50-100 £
  • Duration
    1-3 h


Do you like to enjoy a glass of wine in the sun with your friends and family but struggle to carry the bottle of wine and glasses? We have the answer with our 5in1 wine holder! It is one of our favourite DIY projects made out of wood thanks to its simplicity.

What you need

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Additional items
  • face mask
  • ear protectors
  • protective goggles
  • tape measure
  • screw clamps
  • Protective gloves
  • Pencil
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Material list
  • Glued laminated plywood, 18 mm thick, approx. 25 cm x 25 cm
  • Wooden blocks, to place underneath while drilling
  • Fabric, textile tape, cork or pebbles to decorate
L: Length, W: Width, H: Height, D: Diameter

Let's start - step by step

Video instructions

1 6

Cut the wood to size

Cutting the wood to size with a nanoblade saw
Cut the wood to size using a NanoBlade saw
Drilling a hole into the middle of the wood with a drill

What you need: NanoBlade saw, jigsaw, multi-sander, Cordless drill/driver, Forstner drill bit 32mm, tape measure, Pencil, protective goggles, work gloves, screw clamps, wood

Firstly, measure out the wood to 25cm x 25cm. Then using a pencil draw diagonals to find the center point. The cut the wood to size using a jigsaw. Once it is cut sand down the edges with a multi-sander for a smooth finish.

Next using a cordless drill/driver and a 32mm Forstner drill bit in second gear, drill a hole through the center point. Make sure to drill all the way through to the wooden block underneath.

2 6

Mark a hole for the wine glasses

Measuring where the holes need to be marked for the wine glasses
Measure the holes for the wine glasses

What you need: Pencil, Ruler

Measure 7cm in from each corner and mark the holes for each wine glass – the hole size will vary depending on the size of the stem of the wine glasses.

3 6

Drill the holes

Drlling holes into the wood for the wine glasses
Use a drill/driver to drill the holes

What you need: Cordless drill/driver, Forstner drill bit 12-15mm

Drill the holes for the glasses using a cordless drill/driver and a 12-15 mm Forstner drill bit.

4 6

Cut the holes for the wine glasses

Cutting the holes for the wine glasses using a nanoblade saw
Cut slits in the wood so your wine glasses can hang in your DIY wine holder

What you need: NanoBlade saw, jigsaw, Pencil, Ruler

In order for the glasses to hang in the holes, slits need to be cut. The slits are to be drawn parallel to the diagonal lines. Draw lines 5mm parallel to each diagonal line. Next saw the slits wth a jigsaw or a NanoBlade saw and cut along the new lines. Make sure to work more slowly as you reach the end of the slot so that you stop inside the hole.

5 6

Sand down the edges

Sanding down the edges for a smooth finish
Sand down the edges for a smooth finish

What you need: multi-sander, screw clamps, work gloves, protective goggles, face mask

Sand the edges of the slits using a multi-sander or the sanding attachment on a multi-function tool to achieve a smooth finish.

6 6

Adding the finishing touches

Gluing on the finishing touches to the wine holder with a hot glue gun
Add the finishing touches to your wine holder

What you need: Cordless glue gun

Now to decorate your wine holder! Use a hot glue gun to glue fabric, textile tape, cork or pebbles to your wine holder to make it more personalised. Now you're ready to enjoy the sun!

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Bosch does not accept any responsibility for the instructions stored here. Bosch would also like to point out that you follow these instructions at your own risk. For your own safety, please take all the necessary precautions.