Happy Monday to you all!
When we moved to our current house we brought with us an ugly kitchen hanger we had. I can’t remember how many years it had and why we had it… maybe it was a gift.
Some weeks later all the chaos was under control and everything in its place, so I had more free time to have a look around and choose something to change. The days of the ugly kitchen hanger were over.
I went “shopping” to my basement and found a piece of plywood which would work. I measured it and then designed on Photoshop a print for it. You can download it for free on high quality here
The process was really simple. Printed it on regular paper (laser printers work great for this) and cut to size. Then I mixed glue and water in a 1:1 ratio in a container and brushed the wood with it. I applied the print on top, covered it with a plastic bag and pressed to remove any air bubbles. Just in case you wonder why I use a plastic bag let me tell you is to protect the print from any scratches when removing air bubbles.
Once it dried I gave it two coats of varnish, added the hooks and hung it on the wall.
Hope you like it as much as I do! Have a wonderful week!
Do you love DIY, recycling, home decor, furniture transformation and all kind of crafts? Then we have the same passion! I would love to share all my crazy ideas and projects with you so I would love if you SUBSCRIBE for my post e-mails.
I also share interesting content on Facebook and other social media, and I would love to hear from you! Not following me yet? Don’t be shy and stop by to say hello. Follow me on FACEBOOK, PINTEREST, INSTAGRAM, TWITTER.