(It had all three handles when I bought it. This picture was taken after I took them off.) It has sat in my mess of a craft/project room for several months while I ignored it but then I made this jewelry holder and as cute as it was; it was very unpractical. Too short for all my necklaces/everything got tangled/too hard to get stuff from the back that I wanted to wear. After a coat of paint for the wood and handles & some new sawtooth hangers in the back; this baby was as good as new and now serves as a wonderful necklace hanger and place to put my other jewlery.
A couple funny stories about this:
- The mirror I already had on hand. It was an $8 clearance find at Target last year marked down from $50 because it had a small gash on top. It was white; then I painted it yellow; then I painted it purple; now it's white again. And the frogs legs cleverly cover a purple spot on the mirror where I got spray paint happy.
- Notice my reflection in the mirror? I always hang everything crooked; it's a curse. I was so excited that this was level the first time. THEN I realized that I hung it all too high. Oops.