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June 21st, 2009 in member junk     
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Lovely metal hanging gidget of some sort I've added to my desktop. Ever since I found this one on a "curbside archaeology expedition", I've been inspired to look for similar hangers, like those metal mug trees that were so popular in the past. This one not only allows you to hang items from the pretty curved hangers, you can also stick paper goods in the body and I love that my mousepad calendar fits perfectly in the top. It is a great place to have inspiration pieces displayed and notes to myself. 


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, metal, cottage, , organizer, country, fun, kitchen, farm, bathroom, office, traditional, european, brass-metallic, business

Comments (7)

MimiToria writes: What a smart repurposing you've created here. Very cool idea.
Gretchen Posted: 7:53 pm on June 22nd
alicemom writes: Gosh I love this re-use. I am sure if I did enough in our barn I would come up with one for my re-use. Welcome to the "funest" junk site!
smiles,
alice Posted: 6:22 pm on June 22nd
shabbychick writes: Great re-use! It's cute, and keeps important things (like reading glasses) handy!

Thanks for sharing and welcome to JunkMarket Style!

Kathy Posted: 9:18 am on June 22nd
grannijo writes: Very "organized"!..love the bird..like to add birds to my projects..clever idea!...sharon Posted: 7:08 am on June 22nd
suewhitney writes: Hi French Market Papers,

Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style! This is a beautiful project....well thought out and executed. It makes me smile to think it was once a mug tree. So much better this way. Can't wait to see more project from you.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 6:59 am on June 22nd
librarylil writes: I just bought one of these for $2.00 at a GS. Tried jewelry, a little too short for necklaces. I love your idea. BTW mine has little glass jars with votive candles hanging on each hook. Posted: 6:59 am on June 22nd
csudderth writes: What a clever reuse. It's great that it's made out of something that you can usually find from any flea market, gs, or thrift stores. It's so frustrating to see a great project and then not to be able to find the parts to make it.
Christy Posted: 10:19 pm on June 21st
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