Ipad Stand With Vintage Trowel Stand

8:26:00 AM

Another day, another ipad stand...

cutting board ipad stand www.homeroad.net

This one is reminiscent of one I made last year
using an old trowel as the stand.

Today I painted this one with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint
in Aries with a dark wax. It is made from a vintage cutting board with all the chips and scratches you'd expect from a vintage find.

An old trowel is used as a sturdy stand for the back.

cutting board ipad stand www.homeroad.net

A Scrabble ledge to securely hold the ipad...

cutting board ipad stand www.homeroad.net

And this ipad stand joins the ranks in my
Etsy Shop where they fly off the shelf!

cutting board ipad stand www.homeroad.net

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  1. Love this! I keep saying I'm going to make one myself, but have not gotten around to it yet. Never would have thought to use the trowel as a stand. Great idea!

  2. Well I DO have a trowel and I DO need an ipad stand.


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