This coat or towel hanger is a great conversation piece in your home.
Total Time: 20 minutes each
Yield: 1 each
Source: This is an original functioning item that I thought would be good for my sister as she is always playing jokes on me and also she just bought a house and she loves green. So you have a functional housewarming item.
long board or shorter board dending on what you're making it
on how many coats or towels it holds
Paint of your choice
Rag to wipe paint around
drill for holds for hanging
jutnail polish , your choice
sand paper if needed
Drill the 2 holes fot the jute to hang them with.
Color the finger nails on the dummy nails, allow them to dry.
Smooth the board if it is rough. Make sure the board is smooth and dirt free.
Put the sticker wherever you want on the board. I put mine at the bottom so it can be seen when there is nothing hanging on the board. I outlined mine with a black marker.
Pour a bit of paint on the board and smear until it is as thin as you can make it. As far as you can do this as much as you can
with every thing smooth. This will look aged when you finish. If you have
veins on the bottom, leave them because it gives a little bit of character.
Allow the paint to dry. Line your fingers up. Take the bottoms of the fingers and using the screws, screw them into the board around the bottom of nail. I used 3 screws on each finger.
Allow to dry and you have a darling towel or coat hanger. Cost at 1.00 each
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