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Trio Horse Heads Wall Hooks

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Trio Horse Head Hooks-recycled

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Category Woodworking
Style Eco-Friendly
Triena Rogers on craftsy.com

What inspired your project? Improvisational

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What materials did you use? The trio horse head of wrought iron is my $2 flea market find 6-24-14. I sprayed an old rustic piece of wood I already had with and oil base enamel paint in dark chocolate brown from my stockpile of left-over paint. I then mounted the trio horse head on the board with wood screws and anchored the mounted hooks onto the wall. I Ieft the horse head hooks just like I found them, beautifully unfinished. It's now my little puppy, Sir Levi's new bridal gear holder(i.e., leash holder)in my entryway. It was a fun project and all for only $2.

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What are you most proud of? The completed project!

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? I find super bargains for my projects in my flea market visits.

Triena Rogers on craftsy.com

The trio horse head of wrought iron is my $2 flea market find 6-24-14. I sprayed an old rustic piece of wood I already had with and oil base enamel paint in dark chocolate brown from my stockpile of left-over paint. I then mounted the trio horse head on the board with wood screws and anchored the mounted hooks onto the wall. I Ieft the horse head hooks just like I found them, beautifully unfinished. It's now my little puppy, Sir Levi's new bridal gear holder(i.e., leash holder)in my entryway. It was a fun project and all for only $2.

07/18/2014 Flag