Ladder Craft Organizer

6:21:00 AM

You may remember the old ladder that I 
jammed into the back of my car...



The piece I hadn't used yet made a great 
craft organizer... 


I began by "sewing" on the chicken wire using 
jute twine with a large needle I made out of wire...


Each shelf has a special use...


A magnetic washboard...


Clip on memos...


Rusty metal spikes are wedged in between the shelves to act as ribbon holders...


A basket for "stuff"...
(or cute numbers)


And a bar across the top of the shelf hangs hooks for whatever you want to hang....
(maybe even a rusty bicycle chain in the shape of a heart)


All together it makes an awesome junky 
organizer and is perfect on the big wall in my 



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21 comments

  1. Your ladder organiser looks fantastic! What a great idea! X

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  2. Aw, it's cute! Nice work Susan - you've done a fabulous job!

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  3. Like I always say, you NEVER disappoint! :) As if the ladder with the jute and chicken wire wasn't enough, you had to go add that adorable rusty bike chain heart!!! Thanks for your inspirations. I love them.:)

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  4. Great idea! I have half a ladder waiting to be used for something. I was thinking quilts.

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  5. Love it. The rusty bike chain heart is adorable! You always have great ideas.

    Holly

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  6. Love it, Susan! What an awesome idea. Loving the rusty bike chain heart.

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  7. Soo cute! You really thought outside of the box!

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  8. First - love this project! Love it, love it, love it! Second - thanks for reminding me it was YOU who did the bedspring in the kitchen. Mystery solved and I credit you in the beginning of my post. ;)

    Jeanine

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  9. Great use for the ladder! It looks wonderful and so functional too!! Love the memo board in your previous post as well. You have been one busy lady!
    Jane

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  10. That is such a clever idea to use an old ladder like that. Looks like it is going to be well used! Thanks so much for stopping by and visiting me too!

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  11. I'm passing the Versatile Blogger Award to you. Check it out! http://designdreamsbyanne.blogspot.com/2012/01/versatile-blogger-award-liebster-blog.html

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  12. Fabulous, Susan! Love the use of spike to hold the ribbon. That chain heart is adorable, too! Thanks for linking up to the 1st Project of the Year Party!

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  13. Love it, I adore a great ladder--so functional!

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  14. What a great spot to stash ribbons and other little bits of fabulousness, all while looking charming and sweet! Clever! I'd be thrilled if you'd come and share this at the Head to Head Showdown, going on right now at www.icantstopcrafting.blogspot.com ~Jen

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  15. That's pretty darned groovey! :) I brought home an old ladder to do crafty things with a few years ago... and the hubby grabbed it! LOL

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  16. I love this! I'm going to have to keep my eye open for a ladder! I found you through Nifty Thrifty Things. Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Super cute and super useful. How can you go wrong with that? Love it!

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  18. What a great use for what someone thought was trash!

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  19. I don't know which elements I like the most because it's all so fantastic! LOVE the washboard as a magnetic holder and the way you sewed the chicken wire on!

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