Herb Drying Frame


I went to a couple of thrift stores and couldn't find an empty frame quite big enough so ended up going to an antique store where there were a ton to choose from. I've hung the drying rack in my kitchen since it's a pretty dry area and some sun gets in. I love the look and how interchangeable the rack is.
Hang herbs to dry.
Paint an old frame.
Attach twine, rope or string to the back of the frame.
Add clothespins to the twine.

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