Wooden Number Tags

October 14th, 2009 in member junk     
bluejean bluejean, member
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I made these number tags from the bottom of wooden drawers.  I sanded the wood, painted it black, drilled a hole, stenciled the number on, distressed it, and sealed it with a clear coat.  Vintage cording was threaded through the hole for hanging. They are great for organizing or used to embellish anything.


Pattern or design used: My own design - Repurposed Antiques
posted in: member junk, vintage, wood, cottage, organizer, country, family room, white, kitchen, living room, porch, bedroom, black, entry, bathroom, study, great room, office, mudroom, beige, tag

Comments (16)

Junkyard_Ballerina writes: Great use for the thinish wood from inside old drawers.
Love the look of your numbers, especially the 5 on the old railroader's lunchbox! Hmm...I'm not good at math, but love the graphic appeal of stenciled numbers. Nice job! Posted: 6:59 pm on December 26th
junkit writes: Love your numbers. You inspired me to make some of my own. Posted: 8:20 pm on December 9th
fellowjunker writes: Love these numbers!
Happy day.
xojanis Posted: 6:01 pm on October 18th
MimiToria writes: Love your numbers you created. I like the idea that you used the bottom of drawers to make this. Very cool idea!
Gretchen Posted: 2:40 pm on October 18th
CottageElements writes: Bluejean, if you know me from this site, I love black and white and I love numbers! This is my kind of project. Great job!!!

Lani Posted: 12:08 pm on October 16th
wendygail2 writes: very cool! I love numbers!
gail Posted: 8:00 pm on October 15th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Wow! What a way to use those old drawer bottoms! Love the simple graphic quality of each number. It makes every item look special (and organized)!
Candy Posted: 3:09 pm on October 15th
RustyDiva writes: Great save on the drawer bottoms. I love stuff that is re-used. They look great! Posted: 10:57 am on October 15th
suewhitney writes: Fab-O is right!! I love anything with letters and numbers. The fact that you constructed these from drawer bottoms is a bonus.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:17 am on October 15th
alicemom writes: Those are fab-0! Really great job of making them look old!
smiles, alice Posted: 9:52 am on October 15th
racers7 writes: I'm in love with your numbers. Now I know with those pieces of wood. Recycle, Recyle! Posted: 9:48 am on October 15th
SnowmanHill writes: Great job at recycling, I might have to make some of these.
Thanks for sharing. Posted: 8:33 am on October 15th
chippingcharm writes: Very cool...I agree, great to put on anything! Laurel Posted: 8:20 am on October 15th
grannijo writes: I have been looking for old numbers...now you have showed me how to make them!...great job!...thanks for sharing...sharon Posted: 5:18 am on October 15th
itsnotjunk2me writes: bluejean, I just love your projects...so unique and a great way to repurpose & use vintage items as decor. ~judi ;) Posted: 12:46 am on October 15th
JunkArchitect writes:
I collect old numbers and letters to use in my junk projects. You really did a fantastic job painting and distressing the wood.

Jim
Posted: 11:40 pm on October 14th
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