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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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  • GadgetSponge.com
    GadgetSponge.com Shreveport, LA

    Another Stunner!

  • Lorraine F
    Lorraine F Virginia Beach, VA

    Wonderful transformation!

  • Sabina
    Sabina Tonawanda, NY

    love this!!!

  • Linda B
    Linda B Trumbull, CT

    I have to find a door like that. I need. I need. I need. :) Thanks for posting. I'm pinning also. Linda

  • Jasmin
    Jasmin Canada

    Good luck Linda! We are very much in love with how it looks in our home now!

  • Vickie
    Vickie Millen, GA

    I had a door given to me just like this and I told the man I didn't need it! I never thought about doing this with it.... And I'm a photographer too why did I think about this.

  • TJ
    TJ Andover, MN

    Very, very nice. I have been scratching my head on what to do with the big blank wall that is part of our living room and the stair case. Although I am not as talented as you, this gives me a few excellent ideas. thanks for sharing.

  • Luu
    Luu Waller, TX

    Awesome, love this idea!

  • Cynthia E
    Cynthia E Daleville, AL

    These are beautiful! I just loved re-purposed pieces if I could ( maybe 1 day) every piece of furniture and art would be something re-purposed, they add so much character and personality to a home besides being beautiful

  • Lisa
    Lisa Wausau, WI

    I love this! Everything from the photos to the Dr. Seuss quote and hooks!

  • Sunny Joy
    Sunny Joy Roswell, GA

    Truly admirable!

  • Nancy Jamo
    Nancy Jamo Millinocket, ME

    What is the process you used to hang such a heavy piece of wood?

  • Jamie Cooper
    Jamie Cooper Freeport, IL

    how do you get the pictures to stay in?and what did you use to get it to stay on the wall?

  • Bj
    Bj Putney, GA

    I have a metal door. It was a storm door - with all glass. Glass was broken, now I am trying to find a way to recycle. Any suggestions??

    • Carisa Fox
      Carisa Fox Lancaster, NH

      if the door has small frames like this one, you could just hang the door and add individual hooks on some, or add framed photos. or really anything small that could fit nicely on the side. hanging nic nacks, incense or even add wood behind it, paint

  • Smithamy
    Smithamy Dewitt, MI

    I just found a door close to this one. We have never done anything like this. Not creative at all! How do we get the two tones and make it look so old and beat up? LOVE this idea so much!

  • Heather
    Heather United Kingdom

    What paint was used

  • Carisa Fox
    Carisa Fox Lancaster, NH

    How did you hang the door? I have one I am re-doing similar to this and although I am crafty, I haven't worked with a piece so heavy.

  • Nikki Martens

    The railway spikes you have on as hooks, how did you attach those?

  • Ojust4today
    Ojust4today Stevensville, MD

    Hello I was able to find a great door for to do this project. My only concern is the door did not include a door know. So im not sure weather to purchase a door know or fill in the hold some way. Any suggestions would be helpful. Will be starting the

  • Pattijo
    Pattijo Flora, IL

    We have old screen doors and big windows that we screw directly into the walls.

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