|Shoe last and vintage red Stanley level.|
|Shoe lasts are wooden forms in the shape of a human foot used in shoemaking to provide fit and style of a shoe.|
I drilled a pilot hole in the toe of the shoe last. It was narrow so I needed to use a small bit. I screwed in a small C hook and drilled a hole in the back for a screw. You could also use a simple saw tooth picture frame hook just below the metal heel. Its as simple as that.
TOOL BOX COFFEE TABLE- The tool chest was bought for $12. I added some legs that I sawed off from a desk (thats another project). I screwed the legs from the inside of the tool chest. The great thing about it is that there is storage inside. Storage and a table.. bonus!
LEVEL KEY HOOK- I measured out every inch and drilled a small pilot hole for the L hooks. If you don't have a drill you can simply nail a hole and remove the nail giving you a start for the screw. I placed saw tooth hangers on the back. The best thing was that I didn't need a level to hang it!
|Too bad my father's name isn't Stanley|
|This could also be used as a tie rack.|
|This can be opened without removing all the items on the top. Thats a tiny hidden drawer at the bottom.|
|Stopping to smell the flowers... These oversized magazine banners were scattered all over the Fair.|