Vintage Tennis Racket Frame Bulletin Board

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A quick project using a vintage tennis racket frame...

Vintage Tennis Racket Frame Bulletin Board
I had this old wooden frame that was too cute not to use for something.

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I cut a piece of cork to fit inside the tennis racket frame then screwed it closed.

Typewriter keys glued to thumb tacks create fun pins for this project.

Vintage Tennis Racket Frame Bulletin Board

Decorative vintage ruler tape gives the frame a little extra vintage appeal.

Now this beautiful wooden frame has a second life as a desktop bulletin board.

Vintage Tennis Racket Frame Bulletin Board

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    1. Thanks so much Angie... a 5 minute project!

  2. You are so wonderfully creative, Susan. It's adorable!

    1. Thank you so much for your kind comment :)

  3. This is fun, Susan...pinning! I finally got to see your Flea Market Flip was great!

    1. Thanks Linda... great I'm so glad you saw the episode :) it was fun!

  4. Oh for heavens sake, how cute is that and ingenious? Love that idea and talk about repurposing, wow.
    Gotta love that for resourcefulness. I'll never look at tennis racket case again without thinking of your awesome reuse. That would work so nicely. Happy week


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