Ever since we rented a booth at an Antique Mall, we have been looking for inexpensive ways to display small items we’re selling. We’re working on several pieces of furniture to put our space, so I didn’t want to spend a lot of time or money on something we’re only using as a display shelf. So, what to do…? I had a couple of shutters I picked up at Habitat Restore years ago. I don’t even remember my reason for buying them at the time. Because I can’t remember how much they cost either, they are technically “free” in my mind. See how that works?? I removed some of the…
Framed Display Shelf – Update I finally finished the DIY framed display shelf and it’s now hanging in my sewing room/office. WooHoo! Click here to read the first post showing the shelf in progress. The frame was painted in white spray paint and the edges sanded for a distressed look. I used beadboard wallpaper on the sides, top and bottom of the frame. Very easy to apply with spray adhesive. The corners of the box are framed out with moulding left over from the doll house project. I love this shelf! Hmmm… and I have so many more empty frames lying around!