Belted Tray

March 7th, 2011 in member junk     
Bec4 Becky Lamb, contributor
16 users recommend


My belt inspiration continues.  Starting with an old frame and a pile of thrift store belts I created this tray.  And no, I don't use a fork to eat my thin mints, but it looked better. 

For those who wanted to know how I made this, I glued the belts to the back piece of the frame--it is wood so very srurdy.  I placed a large book with weights on it while the glue dried.  The handles are belt pieces too.


Pattern or design used: My own design - Becky
posted in: member junk, tabletop, wood

Comments (11)

junkinsaussi writes: I think I'm in love! Posted: 7:52 pm on May 1st
junkermidge writes: I love this and SO want to give it a try! But I'll certainly give you credit, your ideas are always awesome. Love it!
Midge Posted: 9:05 am on March 17th
Bec4 writes: Wow, thanks so much for the feature, I am honored :). Posted: 7:15 pm on March 7th
CottageElements writes: I'm stepping in to introduce our latest member feature as Sue is catching up on some much needed rest. She literally worked her butt off! I myself am going to try to get some R&R, after having a very successful sale.

This weeks member feature is from Bec4. What a creative reuse of old belts. Thanks for inspiring us, Bec! Those thin mint cookies look pretty yummy, too!

Lani

Posted: 11:52 am on March 7th
byabpryor writes: Bec this is really very cool! I love it!!! This is ingenious!

Thin mints with a fork? LOL Sounds like an episode of Seinfeld!

Ang
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TinTinJunkFan writes: Very unique and creative! Love it! Posted: 7:35 am on March 3rd
MakinItHappen writes: This looks great! Posted: 7:27 am on March 3rd
RustyDiva writes: You scored big on the belts. Like this project and I agree - it would make a great fathers day gift. Posted: 3:02 pm on March 2nd
SarahMc writes: I love this - very classy pc
and I too would love to know how you did this if you dont mind sharing with us!! :) Posted: 8:53 am on March 2nd
shamrockerin writes: its very sleek- perfect for an unfussy and/or masculine space. How did you get the belts to be tight and perfectly fitted to the frame? This is a project I'd like to try myself (especially for Father's Day!) Posted: 8:27 am on March 2nd
JunkArchitect writes: I think you've come up with a new line of furniture...very cool.

Thin mints and a fork...huh.

Jim

Posted: 7:02 am on March 2nd
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