From Card Table to Wall Art

December 27th, 2009 in blog, projects     
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For the last 2-1/2 years I dreamed of artwork for my foyer with a 17 high ceiling.  No extra funds puts a slight damper on those dreams.   
Lo and behold a friendly person in my community left a pile of vintage card tables on the side of the road.  Glad the city is watching out for me. 
Once this black and white plaid beauty was spotted in the pile I knew where it was headed.  There would be an immediate change in duties for you, Mr. Table   
And it goes quite well against my new coat of paint, dont you think?
My new wall art...just hangin. 
And best of all, I could cut out the middleman.  No extra costs involved.
For the last 2-1/2 years I dreamed of artwork for my foyer with a 17 high ceiling.  No extra funds puts a slight damper on those dreams.   

For the last 2-1/2 years I dreamed of artwork for my foyer with a 17' high ceiling.  No extra funds puts a slight damper on those dreams.   


See how to not only fill up wall space, but also add a bit of classic black and white art to your home.  All for the price of nothing.   


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