Thursday, April 24, 2014

Stylish Scissor Storage

Today's quickie project is my Stylish Scissor Storage.


I got this clever idea from Laurel at "The North End Loft" when I saw that she jazzed up an old coffee mug tree to hang her scissor collection on.



About a year ago I found a mug tree at the local Goodwill store and put it away to work on at another time.  Of course I forgot to take a picture of the original state the mug tree was in, but it was your standard issue brown, wood mug tree.


Recently I did get around to painting the stand, but finally today I added the buttons on the bottom of it where there had been an old piece of grass cloth glued to a circular area on the base which I removed before spray painting it.  I wasn't sure what I would do with this circular area, but my thoughts kept telling me to put buttons on it.  Since I have a fair amount of white buttons, I figured this would be the chosen color to use.  The green color of the tree mug is Rust-Oleum's EDEN Green which I had leftover from my recent Ironing Board Makeover project.


If you're in need of a clever way to store your scissors, keep your eyes open for a mug tree at your local thrift store.


Happy Crafting!!!


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3 comments:

  1. Hey, Diane, thanks for the shout-out! I love your green scissors tree, and those buttons are such a cute touch. I hope you're enjoying spring in your neck of the woods. -- Laurel

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  2. hi Diane,
    Saw this on Facebook and came to your blog for a better view! lol! This is adorable. I like the buttons too, sweet touch! Will be keeping my eye out for a mug tree! Happy Sunday!
    Linda
    mysewwhatblog

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  3. What a neat idea for keeping scissors and the buttons make a really pretty addition, great job Diane.

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