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it into equal halves. Draw a guide of where you will be sawing with a pencil after you have
sectioned off the table.
3. Saw the table into halves.
4. Depending on what wood the table is made of, the finish on the table, and any designs the
table may have (such as etching or bordering) you will need to sand the piece of you table
you will be using for your window shelf.
5. Once you have sanded and cleaned any dust
from the piece of the table-which is now your
shelf- you're ready to paint. Get creative with
this part of the project! Try using special
painting techniques (such as sponging), stencil
designs on to the shelf, decoupage, or add other personal touches. The sky's the limit!
6. (Note: Once your shelf has dried you may want to add a clear protective coating. This is
1. Once you have chosen the window where you want to mount your Sunny Day Window
Shelf measure the thickness of the shelf. (If the thickness of the shelf, meaning the
thickness of the tabletop, is 1 inch, you will want to place the
brackets 1 inch from where the windowsill meets the wall. This
will ensure that the shelf, once placed, is flush with the
2. Using your level and your tape measure section off the area
where each bracket will be placed, an equal distance from one
another. Keep in mind the shelf doesn't have to be the length
the entire window.
3. Mount the brackets into the wall using the sheet rock anchors,
following the instructions on the package.
4. Place you window shelf on the brackets and Voila! You now are the proud owner -- and
creator -- of a Sunny Day Window Shelf.