Friday, August 23, 2013


To make these crosses I used
left over pieces of spindles and
wood from other projects.
I put them together with double
sided screws and glue.
I liked the look of them unpainted
but did not know if anyone else
would "get it".
I originally made them to be crosses
to be displayed in a grouping of
candlesticks on my hearth.
They are also excellent jewelry
holders.

I think that they could also be used to hold jewelry or hand towels.
This is the cross primed and ready to paint.

Lately I have been obsessed with repurposing. This is  a cross I  created mostly from spindles I got at the Restore.

 
One of the finished products!

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http://shabbyartboutique.com/
http://shabbynest.blogspot.com/2013/08/frugal-friday_22.html
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http://www.redouxinteriors.com/2013/08/link-party-119-and-a-paint-brush-giveaway/
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http://alittleclaireification.com/2013/08/23/peanut-butter-jelly-muffins-more-best-of-the-weekend-party/
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http://diy-vintage-chic.blogspot.com/2013/08/fridays-five-features-no-5.html

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