Repurposed Photo Display

4:30:00 AM

The note says... "Susan- Do you want this?..."

Repurposed Photo Display

That's it... and I don't know who gave it to me....

Of course I want it!

I love metal, old lamp parts, and repurposing... 

It's a metal lamp base and this gift is golden!

Repurposed Photo Display

I began by attaching the lamp base, a metal knob part, and photo loops that I cut off an ugly thrift store find, with E6000... 

Sometimes I only want those thrift store treasures for the parts and this is one of those times.

When the glue dried I painted my new creation with Fusion Mineral Paint in Seaside Blue. 

Repurposed Photo Display

Fusion sticks to metal and requires no top coat. 

It's a great paint for my small projects.

Repurposed Photo Display

This photo holder is a one of a kind and shows off your favorite pics.

The photo loops are flexible and can be moved around.

A unique photo display using repurposed parts for almost FREE.

Repurposed Photo Display

Of course I wanted that piece. Thank you whoever you are... you know what I like.

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  1. great job Susan. I would have taken it too.... but not sure what I would have done with it. I like your solution. :)



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