Heavy Duty desk Vice Grip

July 31st, 2010 in member junk     
Man_ito_ba Man_ito_ba, member
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AFTER .....  Maxsteel heavy Duty desk Vice Grip  for $ 15.00 . The vice has the capability of gripping odd shaped parts ...I found an old cardboard picture frame for $ 3.00 . I went through My Photography collection and found the perfect picture for this project. Picture 19 cent . Its an odd combination but some how it works well together. Something quite refreshingly different! Smile
BEFORE ....
 Maxsteel heavy Duty desk Vice Grip  For the price I didnt expect, a heavy duty product - and Clamps easily to desk or tabletop. Now, what can I do with this ? First thing is Im gonna clean it, srub it and get the grease off. All i need is some Imagination & Creativity.
AFTER .....  Maxsteel heavy Duty desk Vice Grip  for $ 15.00 . The vice has the capability of gripping odd shaped parts ...I found an old cardboard picture frame for $ 3.00 . I went through My Photography collection and found the perfect picture for this project. Picture 19 cent . Its an odd combination but some how it works well together. Something quite refreshingly different! Smile

AFTER .....

" Maxsteel heavy Duty desk Vice Grip " for $ 15.00 . The vice has the capability of gripping odd shaped parts ...I found an old cardboard picture frame for $ 3.00 . I went through My Photography collection and found the perfect picture for this project. Picture 19 cent . It's an odd combination but some how it works well together. Something quite refreshingly different! Smile




" Maxsteel heavy Duty desk Vice Grip " for $ 15.00 . The vice has the capability of gripping odd shaped parts ...I found an old cardboard picture frame for $ 3.00 . I went through My Photography collection and found the perfect picture for this project. Picture 19 cent . It's an odd combination but some how it works well together. Something quite refreshingly different! Smile


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, picture holder

Comments (11)

shabbychick writes: So clever - I love your new use for a vise grip!

Thanks for sharing.

Kathy Posted: 11:46 am on August 4th
ninnarae writes: I love this project! GREAT re-use and it looks awesome, too!! Posted: 6:07 pm on August 3rd
chippingcharm writes: Looks great! Laurel Posted: 7:50 am on August 2nd
alicemom writes: The combo is super. Love the color!
smiles, alice Posted: 10:10 pm on August 1st
JunkArchitect writes: Great find and a really cool project.

Jim
Posted: 7:29 am on August 1st
oldnews writes: SO Beautiful! I absolutely love it! Marie Posted: 1:57 pm on July 31st
CottageElements writes: I love the old green metal on this piece (wish I had found it) and a perfect repurpose! Thanks for sharing it with us!

Lani Posted: 12:13 pm on July 31st
suewhitney writes: Love this idea!! Good thinking...

Take care,
Sue Posted: 9:20 pm on July 30th
junkermidge writes: I really like that combination too! And you know it will really hold the photos tight!
Midge
Posted: 7:38 pm on July 30th
Grasshopper22 writes: Great picture for the vice grip...so calming Posted: 8:01 am on July 29th
lady1880s writes: Wow! guess it's time to raid Bear's garage,I love old rusty(like most on this site)and there's tons of stuff in there. What would you do with a 1923 automotive floor jack? Guess I'll have to add a pic.it's really unique. Posted: 2:22 pm on July 28th
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