Belted Bulletin Board

June 27th, 2012 in member junk     
Bec4 Becky Lamb, contributor
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Using thrifted belts and an old frame, I made a "bulletin board" perfect for rustic decor or in a man's office.


Pattern or design used: My own design - Becky
posted in: member junk, organizer

Comments (18)

suziart writes: too cool, and I love the headboard idea!!
Posted: 1:41 pm on December 3rd
gadgetsponge writes: Yeehaw! Love it. Great repurposing! Posted: 11:45 am on June 27th
suewhitney writes: This is one of my favs from JMS member Bec4. Great work!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 7:04 am on June 27th
eye4beauty writes: WOW!Ralph L----N (you know who-ha),'EAT YOUR HEART OUT' this is one of the most tasteful designs I've seen here thus far... Thank U for raising the bar and causing inspiration! And for being willing to share a brilliant re-purpose design, kudos!!! Posted: 3:25 pm on June 22nd
TRASHYLADY writes: IN A BIGGER SIZE THIS WOULD MAKE AN AWESOME HEADBOARD!!!! Posted: 11:12 pm on March 24th
ewnurse writes: Next door to where I work is a thrift store. On my way at lunch to gather supplies to try this! I love it! Good job. Thanks for sharing. Posted: 6:44 am on March 1st
junkermidge writes: Very very cool! I never knew what to do with old belts, you idea is perfect! I really like the way it looks too --leathery.
Midge Posted: 3:37 pm on February 26th
LisaLoria writes: This is really cool!
Reminds me of a cross between old steamer trunk straps and
cot straps that are intertwined.
Posted: 8:01 pm on February 25th
NDJunkGirl writes: Saw this on your blog and I just gotta say it is one of my favorite things I've seen lately! It looks very Pottery Barnish!! Excellent job girl!

-Andrea Posted: 11:05 am on February 24th
TinTinJunkFan writes: A really clever take on a simple idea! Turned out great! Posted: 9:27 am on February 24th
ninnarae writes: This is a great idea~ LOVE how it turned out! Posted: 9:29 am on February 23rd
SnowmanHill writes: Bec, this is so cool. I have looked at old belts too and try to come up with ideas.

Thanks,
dana Posted: 7:56 am on February 23rd
JunkArchitect writes: Bec, this turned out great. I wish it was in my office.

Jim

Posted: 6:47 am on February 23rd
KMcG73 writes: Wow Bec! That is great - you create such cool stuff for walls/displays! Did you staple the belts to the back side of the frame? Posted: 5:11 am on February 23rd
JunkSituation writes: I am SOOOOO using your wonderful idea ! It's VERY cool...You did good :)
Tammy Posted: 6:14 pm on February 22nd
ShabbyGardens writes: That is very clever! I love it and all your creations and your blog! My garden memo-board was inspired by yours that you made with the burlap. I gave credit to you on my blog and provided readers with a link. Thanks again!! Debbie
Posted: 4:12 pm on February 22nd
makinthemostofit writes: Love it!!! I once made foot stool on the same order. Used a heavy picture frame and added legs... Posted: 2:44 pm on February 22nd
NW_CornerOfTheAttic writes: I like this a lot! It's well thought out too. Smart that you only used 2 buckles. Any more and it would have been too buckle-ee. Very nice indeed. One awesome rec coming up! Posted: 1:03 pm on February 22nd
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