Pinspiration | Photo Clip Boards

Bro/Sis Craft Day part two took place a few weeks back. I like to throw my bro-in-law some craft challenges when I’m there and this time I thought we’d do a spin on this Photo Clip Board DIY that I pinned on Pinterest awhile back. This amazing DIY comes from Liz of Love Grows Wild. Her project was so awesome I had to try it! Plus I have always been a little impatient with my artwork (I like to change it up all the time) so this was the perfect solution.

She created three separate clip boards, and we decided to do a twist on that. We decided to attach all three vertically using 4-3/4″ x 5/32″ turnbuckle eye/hook screws and 1 ” S-hooks. For the top, we attached some small ground wires that we found in the garage. I really like the combination of industrial and natural. Call us crazy!

Photo Clipboards

Now onto the artwork…the top art print is Feathered Arrows, from Minted.

The middle print is one of my absolute favorites, William Rides His Bike by Ez Pudewa. I LOVE elephants so this makes me smile every time I see it!

And the bottom art print is Landscape of Triangles and Dots, also from Minted.

Photo Clipboards

It turned out so amazing. :) Thanks to my bro-in-law for letting me take over his garage and tools. And special thanks for the pinspiration Liz!

Check out Love Grows Wild for her step-by-step instructions. :)

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spice jar organizer

Spice jar organization

spice jar organizer

Awhile back I acquired a industrial rack from Haven Vintage on Etsy. I wanted to use the rack for hanging and displaying items on the wall in my studio. A few months later along came some extra Crate and Barrel mini oval spice jars from my coworker. Then the brilliant idea came to me…why not use these to hang from the rack! Insert pat on the back. :)

Plus it was a great excuse to use my awesome embossing Dymo. Every house had one of these growing up in the 70’s and 80’s! I wish I still had my Mom’s vintage one but this one I got at my neighborhood Ace Hardware. This DIY will take you all about 5 to 10 minutes….awesome!

MATERIALS

  1. Dymo labeler (optional)
  2. Hanging spice jars
  3. Light duty s-hooks

Materials

INSTRUCTIONS

Step 1:

Gather up the items you want to store in your spice jars. These will be small items like nails, screws, mini clothespins, stickies, paper clips, eyelets, needles, etc.

Step 2:

Use your Dymo to create your labels.

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Step 3:

Adhere them to your spice jars.

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Step 4:

Hang them up using the S-hooks.

Spice jar organizer

Easy peasy!

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