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DIY Nerf Gun Wall

My boys love nerf guns! They didn’t have a place to store them though. That’s why I decided to build this DIY Nerf Gun wall. It was so easy to do and I love that now everything has a place to go when they’re done playing. They love seeing their Nerf guns and accessories displayed too! Follow these easy steps to make one of your own!

Supplies Needed:

Step 1

First step is to assemble all the peg boards and attach them to the wall. This really wasn’t that bad and went fast. I used my level to make sure they were hanging straight.

Step 2

Next step is to cut the wood for the frame and paint it. I measured the space around the pegboards and cut my wood to make a frame for it. Then I painted the wood yellow. I decided I wanted to go for a caution tape kind of look so after the yellow dried, I taped off sections to prep it for the black paint. I spray painted it black and then removed the tape. It did bleed a little in some places but nothing a little touch up paint can’t fix! I love the way it looks. It looks exactly like caution tape!

Step 3

Next, attach the frame to the pegboard. I didn’t realize the 1×2 was a little thinner than the pegboard but it turned out just fine when I slide it right under the pegboard. I used my nail gun to secure it into place and attach it to the wall. The video shows this a little better.

Step 4

It’s time to make the sign. Instead of building my own sign, it was cheaper and faster to use a 50% off coupon at Hobby Lobby and buy a wood sign. I painted it and used stencils to say In Case of Zombies. I just hung it above the pegboards. It’s the perfect finishing touch to this wall!

Step 5

Last step is to hang up all those nerf guns and accessories. I found containers for the pegboard that was perfect for storing all those bullets in. I used hooks to hang all the Nerf guns, lightsabers, and masks on. It’s so easy for them to put these back on and it looks amazing too. They were so excited when I showed it to them. It was originally supposed to be a Christmas present but I couldn’t wait and showed them early.

This was a really quick and inexpensive DIY project. I always love projects that involve organization too! Follow me on instagram for more DIY home projects @spetrichhome

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