Trash To Treasure: Picture Display, Frames, Wall Sconces
Robb Whittlef shares how to turn a cupboard door, two buggy wheels and a bicycle wheel into a photo display, how to trim out picture frames with old leather belts and turn tennis rackets into wall sconces.
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Use wheels for a creative way to display old postcards and photographs. Drill holes into the back of an old cabinet door; secure the wheels with wood dowels inserted through the back. Add furniture casters to the front of each wheel. Use clothespins to hold the postcards and photos.
Embellish plain frames with leather belts. Paint the frame the same color as the belt. Cut the belt to fit the frame, mitering each corner. Attach the belt pieces with epoxy. Use men's suiting material as a mat for vintage house numbers or keys.
Repurpose an old tennis racket into a sconce suitable for a game room. Drill a hole into the racket and attach an old chandelier arm with an electrical kit.
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