REPURPOSING AN OLD SPOON RACK - with krylon spray paint





I was tasked with repurposing several thrifted items, including an old spoon rack. I thought this should be a fun DIY project. I have seen more than enough of them sitting on thrift store shelves so I figured start with some Krylon paint and see what happens.





I came up with the idea to turn the SPOON RACK into a
 SPOOL RACK, using a bin of old bolts I had in the junk
 drawer and took it a step farther by adding a pin board on
the back to keep all those needles and loose ribbons corralled.


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First I went out and bought some spray paint and a foam core board.
KRYLON and RUST-OLEUM came to the rescue.



 


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I measured and cut the foam board to fit into the back panels
of my spoon rack, but before installing them I wrap the foam
board in a coordinating fabric.





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I painted all the bolts gold and hot glued them upside down in the cut outs.
TIP:
 I like the RUST-OLEUM gold much more than others



I finished it off by adding a pink ribbon across
the front of the shelves to hide the hot glue.




Whether you need a spool rack or not
I hope this inspires you to recreate your own spoon rack.


SNEAK PEAKS ON INSTAGRAM

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FIRSTFINDS HARDWARE STORE 

SETS OF 2 French Provincial Solid White Handle Shabby Chic image 0 SET OF 2 Shabby Chic Drawer Pulls White Handles Hardware Solid White SET OF 2 White Shabby Chic Drawer Pulls French Provincial image 0


READY TO SHIP 16 Misfit White Knobs Shabby Chic Distressed image 0 Vintage Rose Shabby Chic Bright White Electrical Plates Light image 0 SETS OF 2 Vertical Shabby Chic Pulls White Kitchen Cabinet image 0
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