Like a lot of you out there, I'm still working on getting my home decked out for Christmas. It's not a one-day event for me, but this year it's been happening slowly over the past couple of weeks. I think I'm just about there, now. All that's really left is the clean-up. (Boo.)
While I was in my hall-decking mood yesterday I leaned an old window up behind my computer monitor and, while I really liked how it looked, the wall above it looked kind of bare. It needed something. Something I didn't have already, so what else was I going to do but make that something?
I poked around in my garage and on the side of my house and discovered these old boards that were once the top of this old writing desk that I turned into my kitchen island.
They were perfectly weathered and beaten up, so I didn't do anything to them except sand the grossness off the backs.
I had these little dealies laying around from another project (I'm not even sure what they're called or what they're really for) and used 3 of them to attach 2 of the boards together in the back.
Then using 2 screws and some heavy wire I made a hanger. Betcha can't guess what I made...
Okay, so maybe it wasn't real hard to guess (especially if you paid any attention to the title of this post). This sign required zero painting- just my trusty old print 'n rub technique that I've used over and over again.
Now that gap between the leaning window and the ceiling doesn't look quite so vacant.
Just for fun, I'll give you a spin around our front room to show you some of the other Christmasy things I've got going on in there.
Happy hall-decking to you all!