Monday, January 10, 2011

Repurposing thrift store finds

Valentine's display at Agoura Antique mart
A cheap uke can make a nice wall hanging.
I took an inexpensive uke purchased at a thrift store. I added some  scrap booking  floral paper to the top of the uke.
I glued a broken rhinestone to cover the sound  hole.


  1. My son used to have one of these when he was a little boy. I dhould have saved it to do up like yours. I love the rhinestones. Who'd have thought a ukelele could look so glam!


  2. Thanks. I'm thinking of doing an old and broken down guitar. My husband buys and sells all kinds of them.

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