In my continuing effort to reinvent a few of my thrift store finds I have a Thrift Store Transformation (TST) to show you today.
In this transformation a beat up cutting board becomes a charming farmhouse dish towel holder.
This old cutting board with a handle was the starting point for this project. I forgot to take a before photo so the cutting board is already painted on one side.
I painted the cutting board with Waverly White Chalk paint.
Next, I took the image of a cow and outlined it on the board. Then, I used a sharpie to give the cow a little interest.
To hang the dish cloth holder I needed to add a saw-tooth hanger to the back.
The weight of the holder with a dish cloth was a little more on the left side so I measured the holder to find the middle. Then I hammered in the saw tooth hanger a bit to the left of the middle to account for the weight of the dish cloth.
I scuffed up the edges to age the hanger a little and hung it on the wall. Oops, looks like something is missing.
Now, here it is with a fun farmhouse dish cloth. What do you think?
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