A Repurposed Crank Handle Hook

I started my re-purposed hook project with a salvaged drawer pull, crank handle and chippy painted board.  The crank handle was $2 at the consignment shop, and I got the drawer pull and board from my Junkin' Friend Jodi.


The crank handle has a hole that allowed a wood screw to attach it to the board.

Since the board and crank handle were thick, a screw had to be sunk in a bit to reach the drawer pull hole.  A picture hanger was attached at the top.

After the hook was assembled, I stained the exposed wood on the freshly sawed ends, and where the paint had chipped off with my steel wool and vinegar stain.  (Did you notice I swapped out the drawer pull since the first photo?  I liked the round one better.)

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The steel wool and vinegar stain also yellowed the paint quite a bit. The aluminum coffee pot is a recent $2 thrift shop purchase, and the pewter pitcher was obtained from my neighbors.

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I also recently purchased this great old, (12 1/2" tall) enamelware pitcher for $4 at the thrift shop.

I'm pretty sure the enamelware pitcher is old with the chippy and stained patina and heavier weight.  

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All of these items are at home in my rustic, vintage style kitchen.

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I ended up hanging the crank handle hook in my laundry room for a towel!

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8 comments:

  1. I love it! Such a clever use for old junk.

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  2. So cute! You make the cutest things out of items I would look at and say - what in the world would I ever do with this? LOL Really a darling idea.

    Judy

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  3. Great upcycle! Cute too :-)

    Have a happy week...
    ~Sherri

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  4. Love it!! You make the coolest things from old junk!!
    ~Cindy

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  5. I'm loving that enamel pitcher you scored at the thrift store! It would look so pretty filled with fresh flowers!

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  6. Incredibly clever...you go girl!

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  7. Love it Carlene!! Perfect in your kitchen :)

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