Farm Tool Handle Hooks

6:00:00 AM

I've been saving these two tool handles for years now...

and today I decided what to do with them...

I cut what was left of this jagged wooden handle flat
on top. I coated the weathered handle with dark stain to bring out the richness of the wood, then added a vintage hook.


The second one has a great rusty metal patina...

What it didn't have was any kind of wooden pole in the metal handle so I added a short wooden pole with a hook.

These great farm tool handles give 
farmhouse character to an otherwise ordinary hook.

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  1. Love those, such a great idea! ~Sonya

  2. You find some great stuff, Susan. I have been in a junk finding slump!

  3. Love old tool projects!! These are great Susan :)

  4. Love these! Wondering if my husband would notice if I "borrowed" a few of his old tools. =)


  5. Really fun idea! I just bought an old shovel, complete with cool old handle, this week at a thrift store. I didn't have a plan for it but it was only $1.00 so I bought you've given me a great idea!! Thx!

  6. Nice. Can you hang a towel over the bottom of the handel on the left as well...?

  7. what a great way to re-use old broken it!

  8. I particularly like the shovel one. I have an old shovel too. Do I have a wall for it?

  9. Great idea! My mom's always collecting antique tools. This would be a good Christmas gift! Thanks for sharing! Stop by my Friday's Five Features and link up this post (and others)!

  10. Great idea ... I think I have a couple of handles in the yard ...
    Thanks for the idea.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

  11. These are over the top fabulous and sooooo imaginative! WOW...thanks for sharing...hugs...

  12. I'm inspired. I think the bathroom renovation needs a full wall display


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