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This necklace holder is made of used pine pallet wood leftovers. As Steve Ramsey from Mere Mortals said : ''Never be affraid to paint your project.'' I mixed green, white and gray paint and when dryed I sanded edges to get old look 'Sabby chic' style. I used french cleat system to hang it on the wall.
It was ordered by my wife and dughter.

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very nice ivan
like the style too

bet the ladies are happy
they kept you around
expect more orders
 

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I like it. The small boxes at the bottom are a nice area for more things as well
 

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Great job on that necklace holder, Ivan. it is really cool especially how you painted it…........Cheers, Jim
 

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Nice design Ivan. Sometimes it calls for paint and this is a winner.
 

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Ivan, very impressive. Paint is not always a bad thing. Some wood just cries out for it.
 

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Thanks all for fine comments.
 

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Shabby indeed,looks nice especially the paint.
 

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I like the look and you pulled it of perfectly !As an alternative I use several layers ( or coats ) of paint and then sand to show the wear that occurred overtime and a few marks make it more real looking yet .

Klaus
 

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My third project in daily top 3!!!
 

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Wonderful project for your ladies. The pastel color is very nice and the it all looks very well crafted.
 

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nice work Ivan!I really like the paint job!I have been thinking of doing this sort of paint job on a project wit milk paint!
 

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So many wonderful projects you have.
I see also love for daughter and wife, so this is the one that gets the words.
Best thoughts,
Mads
 
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