Tuesday, September 6, 2011

DIY Wednesday: Stovetop Organization

So today I bring you the easiest DIY project to help organize some of your utensils.  I think it also adds a cute little decor element to your stovetop backing.
Sorry, I'm not doing my full kitchen reveal yet.  I'm still working on removing the old border glue, re-painting and then stencilling on some new border elements.  When I finish that up, I'm going to do a full kitchen reveal post!  WHOHOO!
But you do get a sneak peak in this post...the beadboard wallpaper is painted and finished!
Anyway, back to today's project:
You will need:
1) Wire cutters, or scissors if your wire is thinner
2) Floral wire
3) Hooks (mine were for pegboard)
4) Tension bar
If you have hooks that have a loop that will slide onto your bar, you can ignore steps 1-2. I did not have these, and thus, this project was born.
1) Cut your wire to about 18"
2) Wire wrap your hook onto the bar, and then space your hooks across your bar
3)Hang your tension rod across your stovetop, and then hang your utensils
BAM! You are done :) I told you this was easy.
I plan on adding one more element, but I'll save it for a future post.  TRANSLATE: I didn't have the supplies on hand :)
Have a great Wednesday!!
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M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi Maureen,
Thanks so much for stopping by. You asked about my moon face on the clock. All you need to do is go to Google Images, then type in vintage moon face. Last time I checked, it was the first image to pop up, plus many other cool moon faces.
I just printed it out and taped it to my clock for the month of Oct. : )
Following you too, now.

Maureen said... Best Blogger Tips

@M.L. @ The House of WhimsyYou rock!

Pati @ A Crafty Escape said... Best Blogger Tips

This is a great idea because not only do they look good but they are also handy for when you are cooking. Brilliant!

Maureen said... Best Blogger Tips

@Pati @ A Crafty Escape Exactly! :)

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