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Making a Wooden Tie and Belt Holder

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If you can run a jigsaw you can make this useful tie holder for Father's Day or any occasion. This is a guide about making a wooden tie and belt holder.


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May 27, 2011

With a simple jigsaw you can make this beautiful tie/belt holder. Every father who wears ties would be proud to display them on this wooden holder, knowing it was made especially for him.

Approximate Time: 1 hour



  1. Trace the pattern onto the rougher side of your wood.

  2. With the drill and bit, drill pilot holes to insert your jigsaw blade through away from the lines near both ends of the opening you will be cutting out.

  3. Using your jigsaw, cut out on the lines and sand both sides smooth, rounding the edges around the outside of the smoother side for the front.

  4. Trace your picture and do your wood burning (if you are wood burning).

  5. Wipe your wood with wood sealer. Wipe off the excess and let stand for 10 minutes. Stain or paint as desired.

  6. Drill a hole in the center top for your screw hook hanger, I removed one from an old pants hanger and put glue in the predrilled hole first. Mine is silver in the picture, but will be painted gold to match the belt hooks.

  7. Predrill for your L hooks and insert them.

  8. Cut a piece of the brown felt for the bottom of the opening and glue in place.

  9. Sign the back and you are ready to give Dad his Father's Day Tie/Belt Rack.

By Ann W. from Loup City, NE

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May 27, 20110 found this helpful

This is amazing and just in time for Fathers Day! How cool to show us all the steps, too. Very nice!

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May 27, 20110 found this helpful

I just love your craft work Ann and this is beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing!

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May 31, 20110 found this helpful

That would also be a good project for kids to wood burn. Looks great.

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May 31, 20110 found this helpful

Sorry, I missed the fact that you did wood burn and then paint. Still a good project.

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