This is one of my FAVORITE projects! It’s quick, easy and cheap! Lots of bang for your buck;)
I say cheap because I started with pieces from our scrap wood pile:)
I used an old sheet of bead board, a 1×6 and 1×3’s.
I trimmed out the bead board with the 1×3’s
using Gorilla Glue wood glue and a staple gun to secure them.
Next, I hammered a saw tooth hanger through the back.
I attached the 1×6 with wood glue and drilled 2″ screws through the back (pre drill so the wood doesn’t split)
I spray painted it with 1 coat of Rust-Oleum black gloss.
I found these super cute glass knobs at Hobby Lobby (50% off of course;)
and paired them with these pretty hooks from Home Depot.
I pre drilled holes for the hooks
and put the knobs through the top holes on the hooks then secured them on the back.
I attached it to the wall, added the metal buckets (purchased at Ikea for $1 each) and filled them with dried hydrangea.
That was it! Time invested was about 1 hour and money invested was about $15! LOVE:)
Thanks so much for stopping by and Happy Friday!