Sunday, September 2, 2012

Ok found this old post for 20 dollars and thought what can I do with this chippy old piece??? Then I went to the flea market on Saturday and found some old door knobs and door plates and thought hmmmm maybe this could be a cute jewelry holder for my necklaces that are just smooched and tangled right now in an old jewelry box!!!!! So I asked my husband to get out a few tools and this is what we came up with!!!


I added the old clock to the top just to give it some character. I might come across something cuter for up there but for now I kind of like the clock on there.
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20 comments:

  1. LOVE it! I like the clock! totally changes the shabby pole....great idea....I also like your gate in front of the fireplace too...I just put an old wire one in front of mine few months back. Goin to pics at some point! From one sweetie to another~~~Roxie

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    1. Hi Roxie Glad you said you liked the clock I am not sure about it yet. I think it looks kinda cute up there. I hate it when I am not sure on something!!!! I would love the see the old wire on your mantel. Post some pics!!!
      Kris

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  2. This is the cutest jewelry holder I've seen! The clock just sets it off!
    Love your blog! I've read through several posts and will be back to read more! So glad I found you!

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  3. I love the whimsical look of the clock on top! Very clever use of the old post.

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  4. Oh My...I love your old post jewelry holder!! I make vintage style necklaces and an old post would be perfect for a display in my booth. I'll have to look for one at the flea market. Love the clock you put on the top too!!
    Cindy

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    1. Hi Cindy
      Oh yeah how cute would that display be for your vintage necklaces!!!! So so cute. I found all of this at the flea market even the door plates for the old knobs. Very inexpensive to get this done.
      Kris

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  5. yep, i love it--i knew i would:)! and i have such a crush on anything with a clock on it!

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    1. I knew you would appreciate the clock. I still cannot get over how cute that chandelier came out with the clock face. My fav thing so far you have done.

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  6. Brilliant all the way down to (up to) the clock. What fun. Gives me thoughts on what to do with an old scrappy coat stand I found in the trash earlier this year. The stand part is broken on it so I haven't done anything with it. How is this staying up? Is it just leaning or did you attach it to the wall. Really, really cute!
    Liz

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    1. Hi Liz I was going to put some kind of feet on this but have not found anything cute and chippy yet so my husband just attached it to the bottom of the wall for now so it won't tip. He put a piece of block wood and attached that to the wall and then used a long screw to attach the bottom of the post to the block of wood. I wanted it to be away from the wall so this did the trick. I am glad you guys are all liking the old clock I was not sure about it so glad to hear it is looking cute up there!!!!

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  7. This is such a cute idea! Love the way it looks with the old knobs and hardware! Great project! Hugs, Leena

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    1. Hi Leena anything with old door knobs has to be cute RIGHT!!!!!!!

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    1. Monica OMG!!!! Love your blog. Thanks for coming by now I have found you. I love that clock on your blog with the dachshund!!!! So cute.
      Kris

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  9. Now that is a fun and shabby jewellery holder. Thank you for sharing at Shabbilicious Friday.

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    1. Hi thanks so much. Glad I found your blog!!!!
      Kris

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  10. Super cute ~Thank you for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday!

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  11. I am so glad you found my blog so that I could find yours! Pinning right now. You have lovely decor!

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    1. Thanks so much. I love your home and blog and you are one of my favs of awesome blogs to follow. Thanks for coming by.
      Kris

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