10 Ways To Create A DIY Lozier Shelf

Loziers are shelves that are specially designed to store yarn, fabric, and other crafting supplies. They come in all shapes and sizes, and they make it easy to find what you’re looking for. Creating your own lozier shelf is a great way to save money and customize the look of your craft room. In this article, we’ll share 10 tips on how to create your own DIY lozier shelves.

What You’ll Need

To create your own DIY Lozier shelf, you will need the following materials:

-6″ x 6″ piece of ¾ inch plywood

– drill and screws

– 1 inch hole saw

– 1 inch hole saw blade

– 8 inch dowel rod or a wooden pole (8 inches)

– wood glue and wood screws

-Lozier glass jars with lids (12 ounces each)

-Ruler or a straight edge

-Sandpaper (120-grit or higher)

-Cordless drill with bit size appropriate for plywood (1/16 inch)

-Plywood adhesive, such as 3M Super 77 or Titebond III glue

-Shelf bracket kit, such as this one from

How to Build Your DIY Lozier Shelf

This DIY Lozier Shelf will be perfect for your home office or any other space that could use a little extra storage. The shelf is easy to build and can be customized to suite your needs. The finished product is sturdy and will add a unique flair to your space.

To create this DIY Lozier Shelf, you will need the following supplies:

-1×6 lumber
-1×4 lumber
-Stiles (if desired)
-Paint or a wood sealant
-Ruler or measuring tape
-Circular saw
-Dovetail jigsaw
-Miter saw

Which Finish to Use

There are many different finishes you can use for a DIY lozier shelf. You can use any finish that you want, as long as it is compatible with your wood and paint. Some popular finishes to use for a DIY lozier shelf include:

-Wet sanding: This is a great option if you want a more traditional finish. Start by wet sanding the entire shelf with 100-grit sandpaper. Be sure to work in several directions to avoid any bubbles or large scratches in your finish.

-Painting: Another great option is painting the shelf. This will give it a more contemporary look. First, clean the surface of the shelf well with soap and water. Then, coat it with a sealant or primer. Next, paint the surface with your desired color. Be sure to wait several minutes between coats for the paint to dry completely before moving on to the next step.

-Glass etching: If you want something unique and eye-catching, try glass etching as your finishing option. First, prepare the surface of the shelf by cleaning it well with soap and water. Then, coat it with a sealant or primer (if desired). After that, select your design(s) and fill in the areas with glass etchant using a needle applicator. Let the etching cool completely before applying your final finish.

Tips for Securing the Shelf

If you’re like many homeowners, your shelves are often cluttered and difficult to access. Here are a few tips for organizing and securing your shelf-life:

1. Clear out the clutter. This is probably the most important step. If you have a lot of items stored on your shelves, it’ll be difficult to find anything. Start by sorting everything into categories- books, CDs, DVDs, etc.- and then remove all of the unnecessary items. This will make it easier to see what you need and make it less likely that you’ll lose something important.

2. Choose sturdy storage options. Shelf storage can be tricky because it’s easy to knock things over accidently. Make sure that your shelf storage options are strong enough to withstand accidental knocks or movement. Some good choices include drywall anchors or screws anchored into the wall surface.

3. Use dividers if needed. If you have a lot of items stored on your shelf, creating dividers can help organize them better and make them more accessible. There are a variety of dividers available online or at hardware stores, so choose one that’s suitable for the items you’re storing.

4. Hang documents using clips or rings. If hanging documents is an issue for you, consider using clips or rings to hang them instead of using nails or screws directly into the wall surface.. Clips are available in various sizes and colors, so they’re perfect for different types of documents.. Rings work similarly


Loziers are one of my favorite scents. I love the way they smell in the drydown and how they tend to last all day long. If you’re looking to create your own lozier scent, this guide will show you 10 different ways to do it. From essential oils to carrier oils, these tips will have you creating a lozier shelf in no time!

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