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From Curb Side Door to First Impression Art Piece!

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Well, with all of our renovations - we have finally reached the decorating stage, and as I typically sell all of my creations - I decided that this one was for us! Displaying just how fun and quirky our little family really is! And now we finally have a place for all of our coats, scarves, purses, sweaters and more! A fun piece not only to make but to display!
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  • from curb side door to first impression art piece, painted furniture, repurposing upcycling
  • Jon Golden
    Jon Golden Quakertown, PA

    I love this and plan to make one similar this weekend. To attach the railroad spikes simply drill a hole with a paddle bit and hammer them in with a mallet. If they're too long you can cut them down but it's not easy. I'd spray them with clear poly

  • Geene Scott

    Did anyone figure how to get photos in/on? I'd like to chg mine out as gkids grow. PLEASE someone answer me at geenescott@hotmail.com

  • Jasmin
    Jasmin Canada

    I added the photos to the back of the glass and placed a piece of cardboard over them.
    I'm not sure about removing the glass as someone asked earlier. I did not remove the glass.
    The spikes are attached by drilling the holes on an angle, add some

  • Ari Goldberg |  VivaLasDiy
    Ari Goldberg | ... East Taunton, MA

    Love the idea of adding a small shelf on top of the window.

  • Nicki
    Nicki Australia

    I loved this project, the hardest part was proberbly stripping the old paint off the door.Instead of individual photos I printed a photo quality poster the size of the door of the Paris skyline.To do this I needed a high resolution photo that I

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