No. 1, 2, 3, & 4 Bookends from vintage molding

May 14th, 2010 in member junk     
bluejean bluejean, member
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This is the front of the block with the number 1.
Here is the number 2.
This is a side view of number 3 so you can see the depth.
And number 4.
This is the front of the block with the number 1.

This is the front of the block with the number 1.


I made these bookends from vintage molding.  To give the blocks more depth and weight I added a piece of MDF to the backs.  I then painted them black and hand painted a different number on each block.  These can also be hung on a wall (I added a hanger to the back) or set on a shelf for graphic interest. 


Pattern or design used: My own design - repurposedantiques.etsy.com
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Comments (5)

alicemom writes: Super dooper job!
smiles, alice Posted: 3:39 pm on May 17th
RustyDiva writes: I truly love this idea. It takes care of those odd and end pieces of unused molding. Great recycling project!!!!! Posted: 10:10 am on May 17th
Prior writes: LOVE them! Lezlee Posted: 8:26 pm on May 16th
chippingcharm writes: These are great! Laurel Posted: 5:41 pm on May 15th
CleverJunk writes: Nice job on the hand-painted numbers! I love anything with numbers or letters,especially in old typewriter fonts. Beautiful work! Posted: 10:20 pm on May 14th
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