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Here’s a quick project from old piano parts. My dad used the pegs from inside the piano to make these tie and belt racks that can hang in the closet. It could also be used for jewelry or other decorative items. He drilled holes for the pegs in some of the scrap wood from the […]
I grew up playing piano on a huge upright grand. If you’ve been following my recent posts, you’ve seen some of the projects my dad made from that piano when it was time to retire it from use. The top of the piano was a long board with a hinge so that the piano could be […]
In another segment of my repurposed piano series, here is the end table my dad made for me. The legs are from original parts of the piano, and he used some other salvaged wood for part of the shadow box to contain the piano keys. You’ll notice it looks different from the one he made […]
How do you sign your e-mails or your letters to people?I sign many greetings with “Love, Michelle.” That’s because much of what I write is to family and close friends. Business correspondence, I sign with “Regards,” or “Sincerely.” But what about the in-between communication?Sometimes “love” is too familiar, but “regards” is too stuffy. Then what? […]
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