Trash to Treasure: Old License Plates
Sasha Andreev shows host Joan Steffend some great ways to decorate with old license plates.
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A license plate is made into the cover of a photo album. To make the book cover, a license plate is cut into three pieces – a binder, a front and a back. Piano hinges are used to rivet the three pieces the together. Then insides of a standard photo album are inserted into the license plate book cover.
A variety of license plates are pieced together to make a magnetic message board. Beadboard is mitered into a frame and fastened to a piece of plywood. The license plates are then screwed into the inside of the frame. Small magnets are glued onto wheels from toy cars to complete the auto theme.
Trash-to-treasure expert Robb Whittlef shows Joan Steffend how to create art pieces out of old boat paddles.