Unfinished wood 4-peg coatrack: 3½” x 23”, ¾” plywood cut 12” x 24”, ¼” particle-board cut 7-1/4” wide x 19-1/2” long, 1 sheet scrapbook paper – gray slate pattern, 4 sheets scrapbook paper – terra cotta pattern, Black and white photocopy of guitar enlarged to 7” x 19”, 15 large head bolts (measuring ½” across), 12 nuts to fit bolts, 12 small washers to fit bolts, 2 very large washers to fit bolts, 30 Phillips-head screws (measuring ¼” across), Phillips-head screwdriver (electric helpful), Large saw-tooth picture hanger with screws, Craft knife, Drill, Ruler, Pencil, Sponge brush
- Paint sides and back of ¾” plywood with Burgundy. Let dry.
- Tear large pieces of the terracotta scrapbook papers and glue them onto the plywood front with Mod Podge Gloss, overlapping the pieces as shown. Note: To remove air bubbles and make the paper lay flat always rub paper with fingers while glue is wet, pressing from the center out towards the edges. Let dry.
- Use craft knife to trim paper even with edges of the plywood.
- Paint a coat of Mod Podge Gloss over entire board. Set aside to dry.
- Remove pegs from coatrack. Paint entire coatrack and pegs with Licorice. Let dry. Dry-brush over the Licorice with Brushed Metal Silver to give a gunmetal effect..
- Cut gray slate scrapbook paper to fit top surface of coatrack. Glue on with Mod Podge Gloss. Measure and mark where the screws will go on the coat-rack. Refer to photo. Screw into place. Note: You’ll need to drill holes for the bolts to sit down in. Glue into holes with Mod Podge.
- Cut the 19-1/2” length of particle-board into 3 pieces that are 6-1/2” wide. Cut guitar picture in 3 pieces to fit.
- Glue guitar pieces onto particleboard sections using Mod Podge Gloss. Let dry. Paint an even coat of Mod Podge Gloss over top of 3 sections to seal and protect. Let dry completely.
- Drill holes in each of the 4 corners of the sections of guitar picture. Insert bolt through small washer, then through hole in corner, then tighten nut on back. Repeat for all corners.
- Glue coatrack at bottom of board using Mod Podge Gloss. Put Mod Podge Gloss on each bolt and set into place on board.
- Allow project to dry flat overnight.
- Re-install pegs of coat-rack. Screw on the saw-tooth hanger on back.