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Salvage Saturday, Magnetic Personality

Saturday, February 9th, 2013
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I’m hung-up on hang-ups.

A couple of weeks ago I shared a Magnet Board made from reclaimed tin and a door panel.

Last week it was a Hanger Makeover using decorative duct tape.

This week I have an up-cycled wood, tin, and button magnet hang-up.



old roofing tin from the Nashville Flea Market




I’m not sure what this is. It was cool and I found it at a flea market/antique shop.



My custom paint mixes Smile

These were mixed for my Waterfall Buffet makeover from last week.



kind of a beachy look




buttons, magnets, E6000




For the back I used a screw on each end at the top and strung heavy duty wire for a hanger.



Love this red button.  E6000 is my go-to glue for everything. I used it to bond the button to the magnet.



love the blue and green



In honor of Valentines Day I used this vintage post card as a clip on my board. The card is a little beat up but it says “A Brim Full of Love”.  It’s the least I could do since I haven’t made any Valentines Day crafts.


Do you decorate for Valentines Day?

Me….not so much.

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7 Responses

  1. Denise says:

    Nicely done…I am so into Magnetic and Chalkboards right now! I am pinning it to my DIY board. :)

  2. Mary Anne Komar says:

    love the colors and the sweet impression this gives!

  3. Linsey @ Farmhouse Porch says:

    Sweetest thing eva! Featuring you at the next Cowgirl Up! paRTY!


  4. Karen says:

    Just amazing how you put this all together. It’s fantastic. Even little button magnets! Just perfect.

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