Picket Fence mirror/shelf

September 17th, 2008 in member junk     
georgiamoon Georgia Terrell, contributor
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I found this old mirror at the swap meet.
Some old hardware and some pickets from an old fence
I found this old mirror at the swap meet.

I found this old mirror at the swap meet.

This was the last project I had to finish before the sale and I got 'er done today. I bought this old mirror at the swap meet and decided to hang it on something as a background. Couldn't find just the right thing, so what does a junker do...that's right, you make it yourself. Found these old pickets hanging around in the back, cut some up and used various parts for the shelf. I used the picket tops as brackets and the rest for the supports, added some hooks to the bottom and glued the mirror on with constuction adhesive. Now if it all holds together it will be a miracle...ok maybe not a miracle, but good....it would be good.

Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Georgia Moon Original
posted in: member junk, vintage, wood, cottage, glass, funky, country, garden, white, porch, entry, bathroom, shelf, sunroom, silver-metallic, mudroom, mirror, coat rack

Comments (7)

MarmaladesMailbox writes: Superb piece of clever creativity.
I'm addicted to this website..... Posted: 9:54 pm on October 6th
SantaClaus writes: I'm so hooked on this website; first thing I check in the a.m. & just can NOT believe all these outstanding projects --- I love all the creative ideas but most of all, the "re-cycling" - so dear to my heart!!! Posted: 6:49 am on March 7th
MimiToria writes: saclark - Not sure if Georgia will see your question or not, but I would think "liquid nails" would hold the mirror quite well with this type of application.
Gretchen Posted: 1:14 pm on September 30th
misselaineous writes: Love the mirror! What an awesome project...really like the way you put all the pieces together..best of luck with your sale! You guys are all so inspiring...makes me want to get out in the shed and create something...anything!! *elaine* Posted: 9:13 pm on September 22nd
saclark writes: Georgia- I love your mirror!!! I seem to have a thing for old fence pickets and you surely put them to good use. I have made something similar in the past only I just had the bottom of the pickets left after using the tops for a project. Couldn't throw them away, no sir. So I put them together and cut the top into a boat shape. I had a piece of mirror cut the same shape. Great for cottages. Can I ask you how you attached your mirror?

Sharon Posted: 8:19 am on September 20th
georgiamoon writes: Thank you ALL for the support you give me in all ways. I feel better knowing you are out there rooting for me. I have learned so much from everyone on this site and that makes things so much more fun to share! Of course I can not sleep without waking up and having things POP into my head but I think that's when I get a lot of my best ideas...I'm not over thinking it. Can't wait to share the photos of the sale, it is a really good one, and so much fun. And Rachel...you go right ahead and send me jewelry anytine the fancy strikes you! I can't tell you how important you all are to me. Thanks again, Georgia XOXOXO Posted: 12:45 pm on September 18th
crazymomluvsjunk writes: Georgia...Georgia...I just bought a mirror like that yesterday. Now I have a new project for the hubby. I have a wall of mirrors in my bedroom...now I need to find some picket fence and attach the mirror and add it to the wall. Thanks for the idea. I might just have to send you another piece of jewelry...Rachel Knoblich Posted: 10:10 pm on September 17th
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