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Tuesday
Oct162012

Repurposed Glass Furniture Doors Into Halloween Decorations

I'm sure we've all had pieces that sit around the shop, garage or whatever for a long time and never find a creative, repurposed direction.

These vintage glass-framed furniture doors have carried that burden.  Until yesterday!  I finally looked at them both hard and figured since Halloween was coming up very soon that they needed some wicked direction.

Both pieces are 32.5 inches tall.  I decided to use some of my original art that I created for purchase in my Etsy shop.  The one of the left features 3 of the original four vintage illustrations that I redrew and customized.  The artwork on the right is an original digital collage I created from manipulated vintage illustrations and some of my own elements.

I've been building up an arsenal of scrabble game pieces and letter piece holders for quite a while.  It was time to unleash some of them for these two projects.  

I wish I had more time to devote some projects to Halloween themes.  I'll definitely have to get on the ball earlier next year!

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Reader Comments (4)

LOVE the artwork, and great pieces, as usual!

October 17, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterlori c

Thank you Lori! And thanks so much for visiting and commenting! Hope to see you come by again soon.

October 17, 2012 | Unregistered Commentergadgetsponge

Stopping in to pin!

September 19, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterBliss

Thanks for stopping in Bliss and Thanks for the Pin!!

September 19, 2013 | Unregistered Commentergadgetsponge

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