Vintage Shoe Stretcher Hook

4:30:00 AM

This one is for all you shoe lovers out there...
Myself included!

Vintage Shoe Stretcher Hook www.homeroad.net

I used an old wooden shoe stretcher I found at a garage sale.

I loved the vintage shape and the old wood.

Today I am mounting the shoe stretcher to a reclaimed piece of wood. 

Vintage Shoe Stretcher Hook www.homeroad.net

I painted the whole piece with bright white paint and distressed the edges. 

The hook at the bottom is the perfect place to hang a towel or leash or whatever...

Vintage Shoe Stretcher Hook www.homeroad.net

I cut a stencil with my Silhouette machine and created a vintage label for my shoe hook.

Vintage Shoe Stretcher Hook www.homeroad.net

A fun project for all you white and vintage lovers!


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    1. Hahaha thanks Carlene... somedays I've got it and some I don't ! :)

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  2. Love this clever idea, Susan. I have a wooden shoe stretcher somewhere around here? Thanks so much for sharing at Vintage Inspiration Party.

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