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Lolailo
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« on: April 15, 2011 02:44:02 PM »

I make cork boards using old frames and trays I find at thrift stores.  Every once in a while I ran into a bread cutting tray.  These trays have a detachable grid on top.  That's where you cut your bread.  The crumbs fall underneath, into the tray, and allow for easy cleanup.  I use the tray part for the cork board, and I am accumulating the grids.  What can I do with them?

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« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2011 02:51:28 PM »

My first thought is that using a dremmel or a drill to drill holes into the slats, and two little brackets on the back, that these would be great for earring holders!  And you could finish them however you wanted!
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« Reply #2 on: April 15, 2011 03:15:52 PM »

How about you cut them vertically in half , paint them white and use them to make tiny picket fences for flower pots? ( this idea might have something to do with my activities of the last night and day- redoing my flower pots for the windowsills) Wink
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« Reply #3 on: April 15, 2011 06:56:08 PM »

I like your idea.  I had thought about hanging necklaces, but you're right, if I drill some holes, these could be awesome jewelry organizers.  Thank you!!!!

Gloria

My first thought is that using a dremmel or a drill to drill holes into the slats, and two little brackets on the back, that these would be great for earring holders!  And you could finish them however you wanted!
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