Galvanized Ampersand Wall Hooks

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A store bought galvanized ampersand, a cutting board and a clip.

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An easy project with a store bought ampersand and a thrifted cutting board. 

I stained the cutting board with a dark walnut stain then screwed the galvanized steel ampersand to the board using the 2 holes already in the metal. 

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I left a space at the bottom to add the metal clip but on second thought I decided to add hooks instead.

I had 2 old faucet handles in my stash but they didn't match so I spray painted them with a galvanized steel colored spray paint....


Now they match and are perfect to add to the cutting board.


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The finished project is a great place to hang keys or leashes at the front door.

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Or with other galvanized wall decor.

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This was an easy project that repurposed an old cutting board 
and faucet handles giving them a new life.

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3 comments

  1. Your projects almost always make me smile. So unusual and eclectic. I've got a million places I could put that.

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  2. Love it! The galvanized and wood go so great together. I was able to find a few letters to spell a word and used the same galvanized stencils on a piece of barn wood.

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  3. Love the industrial vibe, and those faucet knobs are the perfect addition. Thanks for stopping by the VIParty.

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