Noodle Board

September 20th, 2008 in member junk     
ladyfae ladyfae, member
7 users recommend

I had seen the on the internet at a very intimidating price, don't get me wrong they were lovely, but I knew that I could do this my self and sure enough I did.  I used my old coffee table for the wood and it fit like a glove. All I did was measure my stove top and cut my table wood that size then added 3 inch framing on 3 sides of it and added a little red and black paint and then a bit distressing.....made a prettier noodle board than it ever did a table.

Pattern or design used: Bread Board
posted in: member junk, wood, artwork, kitchen, farm, red

Comments (9)

BoonibleAmino writes: Aronnocky Insanity Workout DVD CoedayRed BoonibleAmino Posted: 7:15 am on January 21st
shabbychick writes: I never heard of a noodle board either - how cool! Great way to create some extra counter space!


P.S. Welcome to the Junkmarket! Posted: 3:16 pm on September 23rd
CottageElements writes: This website definitely educates you! I never had heard of a noodle board either! I had to google it. Thanks for sharing! Posted: 12:00 am on September 22nd
WhisperWood Cottage writes: This is great! I hadn't heard of a noodle board either, but I'm glad I know what it is now. What a great way to add functional and beautiful work space in a kitchen. Truly excellent! Posted: 8:06 pm on September 21st
junkinhart writes: Great idea!! I'd never heard of a noodle board.....that's my next project! Welcome to the site! Posted: 1:17 pm on September 21st
italianpeasant writes: LADYFAE, another ohioan, welcome, i've started the "junkin' girls ohio" club; check out my "stuff" :) gioni Posted: 6:00 pm on September 20th
suewhitney writes: Hi,

Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style. This is a great idea and well done. Congrats! Love your pic by the way and your bio. You sound like a lady who knows how to enjoy life. Thanks for sharing.

Happy junking,
Sue Posted: 8:47 am on September 20th
MimiToria writes: What a great design. Welcome to the site. Glad you posted this. Maybe, I could figure out something like this for my very unlovely stove. Posted: 8:42 am on September 20th
LuAnn writes: Now this is way cool, being able to use the stove for something other than cooking! Great job.


PS welcome to the site and enjoy!!! Posted: 7:37 am on September 20th
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