As some of you may remember, my recent trip to the thrift store was full of fabulous and interesting finds. You might also remember that I brought very few of them home. In fact, the only item that did come home was neither fabulous nor interesting: a bag of vintage wooden pants hangers.
As promised, I will now show you what I did with them.
But before I do that, I need to show you my laundry room:
Well one side of my laundry room. (The machines are on the opposite wall.) As you can see, it's not terribly exciting. In fact, some might even call it a little bit depressing. (For starters, I have to do the laundry in there...) And while a major laundry room overhaul is definitely on my list of things to do, I won't be getting to it anytime soon.
But that doesn't mean I can't pretty it up a little in the interim, right?
Here's how I used the thrift store hangers to do just that.
First I gathered my materials, starting with the hangers:
And some cardstock:
And some Command Hooks:
(You can read more about my love of Command products here.)
Once I had selected my images, I printed them out on the card stock and inserted them in the hangers:
I hung them here, using the Command Hooks:
As you can see, the new pictures inspired me to gussy things up a teensy bit.
And for those of you keen-eyed readers who want to know more about these...
...I am going to direct you here or here or here. Because, frankly, while mine are fine for holding bits and pieces in the laundry room, they didn't actually turn out that great.
But the pictures did :)