Rusty Picture Hinge

9:54:00 PM

I'm taking a clue from my friend Laurel's  
and she has fabulous ideas!

I put my own spin on this great idea...
I started with the large hinge, a curtain ring and an old
chippy piece of wood.
(It was the end of a pergola)
Materials:


Procedure:


I drilled a hole in the wood so I could bolt the hinge to it 
and the hinge would stand up.



I attached the curtain ring by first separating 
the hook from the ring...


I attached the hook to the top hole of the hinge.
This is where you hang the picture.



And here you go, instant trash to treasure 
hinge picture frame.




Thank you Laurel for the great inspiration!
Susan


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20 comments

  1. Hi Susan,
    I found your blog through the contest that you are participating in. You guys are so great! I love this way to display photos too!
    I am a new follower and would love for you to check out my blog as well!
    www.cookieandclaire.blogspot.com
    Thanks and have a great 4th!

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  2. Such an awesome idea! Lovely way to use up old bits and pieces to display a photo!

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  3. That is the coolest, yet! Great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. This is just PURE AWESOMENESS! Love the ingenuity! You are always doing something I love to see. Happy 4th tomorrow!

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  5. Hi Susan...thanks so much for the mention...I LOVE what you did with yours. You have such a gift for taking "odds and ends" and putting them together to make something wonderful!!! Chat soon, Laurel

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  6. Seriously? Does your creativity never end? I love this...LOVE it. Now, where do I get old hinges? Lisa~

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  7. I love this project!! A little bit of this and a little bit of that and you end up with one awesome display!!!
    Jane

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  8. I think this is great! I just passed by a hundred hinges at a flea market today . . . sigh. But I'll keep this in mind for the future!

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  9. That is wonderful! You're so clever and this looks like something that would make a great gift for anyone.

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  10. What a great idea! Now I want to go find a cool old hinge. :)

    Thanks for linking up to the Weekend Warrior.

    Anna
    www.askannamoseley.com

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  11. I LOVE this idea! I now have yet another treasure to look for at garage sales! Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and introducing yourself so that I could find your blog! I am most definitely going to be inspired by MANY of your ideas! :o) I am so glad to have "met" you! :o)

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  12. What a great idea. Love the old iron hinge and the wood together. This has to be on my to do list.

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  13. wow this is amazing!! i love it:)
    http://jaysonandashley.blogspot.com/

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  14. Just amazing that you created that from an old hinge your so creative thank u for sharing!

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  15. A great industrial look, which I love.

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  16. This is awesome and super clever! I just found this project through Craft-o-maniac! I love it and I'm your new follower.

    I'd love if you would join us over at Sew Woodsy and link up this awesome picture hinge!

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  17. great take on that idea.

    blessings
    bj

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  18. That is awesome I have a thing for rustic hinges! lol

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Susan

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