Scrap Wood Wall Art

scrap wood wall art

Instead of living with a bunch of blank walls staring at her, Ashley from Design Build Love has found ways to create her own wall art for much less than store-bought prices. For one such project, Ashley upcycled a pile of scrap wood that had been sitting in her garage.

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TV Cat Bed

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Tami from Curb Alert! found this old television on the curb. The sound of loose, jangling pieces inside were a pretty good indication that it no longer worked. The TV became a set prop at Tammy’s church, and then she found another unexpected function for it.

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Rock Climbing Wall Towel Rack

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When Dad busted out the chain saw on the kids’ beloved play set, tons of scrap wood, including a rock climbing wall, was left behind. Jen from Four Marrs & One Venus knew there was no way she was letting those pieces go and something had to be made!

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Drawer Memo Board

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Sheila from Plum Doodles got this table from the thrift store with the intent of fixing it up. However, when the repairs turned out to be more than Sheila bargained for, she instead decided to use it for parts.

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Blue Desk with Stained Top

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Karen from Art Is Beauty calls this piece her Humpty Dumpty desk because it was in pieces when she found it on the curb. Karen and her hubs had to dig around in the dark for all the parts. Now that is some serious commitment to the cause!

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Rake Wine Glass Holder

rake to wine glass holder

When Kelly from The Pink Hammer lost her rake to a broken handle last summer, she didn’t just toss it to the trash like many people would. Rusty metal goodness… come on… that’s a keeper!

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Book Page Garland

book page garland

Gina from The Shabby Creek Cottage was inspired by her love of the written word to create a garland for her Halloween mantel from book pages. You can use an old book or create that aged look like Gina did with a coffee stain.

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Wooden Curtain Rods

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Debbie from Painted Therapy wanted a way to hang her curtains without spending a fortune on curtain rods. Since she doesn’t even pull her curtains closed, Debbie found that wooden towel bars were perfect for the job and could easily be customized to her purpose.

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