Trundling Along

September 22nd, 2009 in projects     
georgiamoon Georgia Terrell, contributor
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This makes a handy place to hang things to remember, pictures that inspire you, or just about anything.
Old photos are a nice touch.
Not much to look at in its orginal state.
I used some upholstery webbing which was just the right width along with 1 1/2 inch black gross grain ribbon to make the weave.
I just wove it through and tacked it on the back.
Here you can see the ribbon and the other things I have clipped on for handy reference.
I just love the natural texture of the jute upholstery webbing and it makes a great place to tuck things.
With the addition of a fish stringer, you can hang things from the hooks too.
This makes a handy place to hang things to remember, pictures that inspire you, or just about anything.

This makes a handy place to hang things to remember, pictures that inspire you, or just about anything.


I bought this old, low trundle bed, that I think you would slide under a couch, at a yard sale and took the springs off the box, and like Candy, a while ago, decided to make a message board of sorts. You can use it for hanging almost anything. Here I have some old photos, some fabric and ribbons, and a picture from a magazine that I liked.


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Comments (10)

creativejunquer writes: Love this. you did a wonderful job with creativity and style. love the webbing addition.
Robin Posted: 9:55 am on September 23rd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: I love the addition of the upholstery webbing and the simple ittle clips. Very nice! What a great place to hang all your doodads!
Candy
Posted: 7:24 am on September 23rd
CottageElements writes: Geo, another great version of the baby bed frame. They're so versatile and have seen them done a few ways now on this site. I always love to see more. Way to go, girl!

Lani Posted: 12:17 am on September 23rd
alicemom writes: Hey Geo,
Great rendition! I have a baby spring with metal frame.......I guess I will be adding a wooden frame for a similar look.
good looking and just plain fun!
smiles, alice Posted: 11:10 pm on September 22nd
MimiToria writes: A great collaboration of junk Geo, transformed this cast off into a very cool inspiration board. Love the jute webbing addition, the office clips in black/silver for hanging stuff and the fish line. Very cool! Posted: 8:46 pm on September 22nd
fellowjunker writes: Hi Geo,
I love this.....I have been on the lookout for a crib spring!! Love your added webbing and the fish thingy--can't believe I passed on a string the other day.
Happy day!
xojanis Posted: 6:47 pm on September 22nd
chippingcharm writes: Love your version too! Laurel Posted: 4:31 pm on September 22nd
JunkArchitect writes:
Georgia, what a great combination of vintage materials you’ve combined. The webbing and metal frame components look great together. The bed frame was very cool to start with but with all your added details it turned into a fantastic junk project...good job.

Jim
Posted: 4:28 pm on September 22nd
shabbychick writes: Geo - I really like this! Love the addition of the webbing and the fish stringer.

I've got one in my workspace that is covered with "junk" - ha ha - go figure - need to organize it a bit so I can see it! :)

These are such great pieces to work with - well done, my friend!!

Kathy Posted: 1:55 pm on September 22nd
oldnews writes: I really like this! I am working on one (from a baby crib) to hang in the window of my workroom. I'm hoping it will work as a sort of privacy screen and catch all hanger for pictures, etc. just as yours does! Love that yours holds brushes too! Very cool as usual!! Marie Posted: 11:35 am on September 22nd
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