#1 Lamp to Jewelry Hooks

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Lamp Project #1
Jewelry Hooks



Remember the lamp my daughter 
found on the side of the road?



Some of the pieces were re-purposed as hooks...


I attached the hooks through the back of the board with washers and screws...


 Now the board can be screwed securely to the 
wall to hang heavy coats....



 Or hung from nails in my bedroom to hold jewelry...



A great re-purpose for an old lamp!

Susan

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12 comments

  1. YOUR KILLING ME!!!!!! I think that is totally FAB! and YES, I am YELLING!!!! Wow!

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  2. A far better use than the original. Am excited to see how you use more of that unique lamp.

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  3. That is so inventive! I can't wait to see what else you do with the other pieces of that lamp! :)

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  4. Great job. Looks fantastic.
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  5. Wow~ what a great idea...love it! Tiffany
    Visit me at my blog palace sometimes....

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  6. Fun and useful repurpose. Thanks for sharing at Beyond The Picket Fence.

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  7. I'm playing late-night catchup after a hectic week. I'm now putting "big ol' heavy ornate lamp" on my must have list!!!

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  8. Wow, this is one well used lamp. I love all the projects. Nice job! Karah @ thespacebtweenblog

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  9. Bravo!!!!! Just came from viewing project #2...this one is awesome as well! You are one creative chickie!!! Thanks for sharing! Happy New Year!

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  10. This is better than finding a Genie in a bottle on the side of the road.... awesome projects!

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  11. Yes pure genius. Your entire series is amazing!

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Susan

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