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Trash to Treasure Shelf (1 pic)

Posted by lydia1959 (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 11, 10 at 14:48

Mine wasn't so much T2T cause I paid for the pediment which I found on Craigslist and I also bought the piece of wood for the top. Most any pediment (an architectural piece or a decorative piece to a dresser) would work. I'd love to make another with old chippy painted found pieces.

The bottom piece to my shelf was originally flipped upright and was on the top back of an old dresser.

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RE: Trash to Treasure Shelf (1 pic)

That is too cool, Lydia! A great idea for those flat small architectural pieces you're lucky to come across, but never know what to do with~now I will!! Thanks for sharing. ;o)


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Beautiful. Well done!
Kathy


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Looks like an expensive piece!! I'll bet folks will be wanting to know where they can buy 1 also!! Jan


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That is so cool and I love the doggy bookends. Great job with the color too. I'm stuck in the paint everything white mode (used to be gold), but that black really works with a lot of different things.


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You certainly have "vision"! The shelf is so unique and gorgeous!!!


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You did a great job, Lydia! Several of my favorite things: junk, the color black and dogs! LOL


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