OUTDOOR WALL HANGING

February 7th, 2009 in member junk     
nmtraveler nmtraveler, member
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It all started with the old cabinet door frame which was another Canton, TX find.  I added the beadboard behind it and crackle painted it.  The bottles are supported at the neck with a block of wood that is carved to fit the neck (this keeps the bottle level with the wood backing).  I drilled a hole on each side of the bottle neck and used large copper wire tied in the back to attach the bottles to the board and to make the hanger.  The old hardware is original to the piece.   


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - nmtraveler
posted in: member junk, frame

Comments (7)

suewhitney writes: Oh so pretty! I love bottles and the white cupboard shows the green off nicely.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 9:55 am on February 8th
SouthernSherri writes: Oh this is so pretty! A great bottle display and I just love the cabinet door with it's hardware. Posted: 7:54 am on February 8th
fellowjunker writes: I love this..........junkmarket once did something similar to this that was shown in one of the country home magazine articles that I always loved. You did a beautiful job on this...I, too, like Geo, would put a cut flower in each bottle.
xojanis Posted: 9:11 pm on February 7th
JunkArchitect writes: Wow, did you ever do a fantastic job with the crackle painted bead board! The green bottles look great with the other colors. Posted: 6:31 pm on February 7th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Beautiful old door. The original hardware makes it look even better!

Thanks for sharing!
Candy Posted: 4:54 pm on February 7th
irishrovr writes: I like the way you combined the shades of green! This is a great accent piece!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 4:38 pm on February 7th
georgiamoon writes: Very nice old cabinet door. I love what you have done with it.Do you uncork them in the spring and put a cut flower in each...that would be cute too. Love it, Georgia Posted: 3:01 pm on February 7th
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