Vintage Garden Rake Hooks

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I created a great wall hook display from vintage hand tools last year but this time I'm giving them a new look.

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Using vintage hand rakes I mounted each on a piece of mahogany with a chain to hang them on the wall.

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I bent the hooks up and out to create a better hook. 

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 and added a little ruler bling.
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The tongs of the rake make a great place to hang a towel.

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Repurposed & Reloved for the garden.

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4 comments

  1. Really cute! I have a few old rakes that I painted and distressed and have hanging in a garden inspired bathroom. They looked just awful when I got them from a thrift store. I think I paid 25 cents for them. They look great now!

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  2. That's my kind of bling! Have a great time this weekend!!!!!

    Jeanine

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  3. Lovely and rustic looking. Another great project!!

    Happy Thursday..
    ~Sherri

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  4. These are fun. I love the little bit of ruler trim too!

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