Sunday, September 23, 2012

Sometimes, it's all in the details...

Don't you just LOVE to embellish!?
I know us JunkFest Girls do!

I found some old wooden hangers and decided I would make them my canvas.
I love these old metal numbers and thought they added a masculine and industrial touch.

                                   A dab of glue and a couple tacks secured them in place.

                                     What a great way to hang your favorite man's ties

                                                         Or even your little half pint's ties!  :)

Then I brought out the big guns...Mod Podge!

Who knew a metal number and some scrapbook paper
could make hanging up your clothes a little more fun!

There are so many fantastic patterned papers out there these days,
 the sky is the limit when it comes to decoupaging!

Now I can store my scarves..

or jewelry...

or coats...

or even my favorite magazines...
in style!

I think they turned out kind of cute, don't you?

These got snatched up at JunkFest ...
(probably by Ryan Gosling,
who I am just certain was hiding in the crowd)

...but you can easily make your own!

Pictures of JunkFest 2012 coming soon....
It was a GREAT day in Carrington!


  1. LUV this idea! Will you do a quick little tut on how you did the scrap paper ones....?? :)

    xoxo laurie

  2. These are absolutely adorable. You could also decoupage old maps or stamps on them!

  3. Too cute! I need to find some wooden hangers - do they still sell them? I think they do. All I have right now are ugly plastic ones. Some fancy ones would be so cute for the coat closet to hang guests' coats on and I love the idea of hanging jewelry and magazines from them! So creative! Thank you for sharing! Hugs, Leena

  4. These are awesome...and I'm inspired to make some! Thanks for sharing!

  5. You've also inspired me Lynette! Picked some hangers up at our local 2nd hand store....they'll make great gifts!


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