It's not Pottery Barn....

I find it hard to allow myself to have a clutered fridge door. I find it even harder to not show off Madison's works of art. She is such the artist and makes sure to bless me with a new creation everyday. Thats where my problem comes in. Fridge door overload! I also cant bring myself to pay Pottery Barn prices but love their look.
It's off to the lumber store I go. 1. Get you some chair rail molding. 2. Those little picture wall hanger thingies. 3. Paper clipies things form Office Depot. 4. Paint. I got sweet hunny to cut my boards the length I wanted. Nailed picture hanger hooks on the back. Painted . I then nailed those sweet little paper clipie thigs on and WAA LAA. If you make one hope you let me see your spin on it! If you have a second drop down a post and leave a comment. You may get lucky! Madison will draw for me on Friday! Keep smiling... Susie H


  1. Such a great looking solution! I don't like a cluttered fridge either. I would love a set of three of these for my mud room! I may even have the stuff on hand to make them. Thanks for the great idea!

  2. Oh, but it could definetly be Pottery Barn! It looks great! What a neat idea...that I may just have to borrow! LOL! This would be great in my son's room! He's 9, and thumbtacks everything to the well....ugghhhh...!!!

    I wish your daughter well in her driving! My daughter finished driver's ed about 2 weeks ago, but won't get her permit until August! I was trying to "sneak" pictures of her as she left and drove back up, in the parking lot of school with the instuctor, but she caught me! LOL! That was so "uncool" of me and she was moritfied! LOL! But I still have my pictures! ;-)

    Hope you are having a great holiday weekend! Hugs, Rhonda

  3. ooppss...meant to say "wall"...and not "well"...sorry! Rhonda

  4. I am racking my brain trying to figure out where I can hang a couple of these cuties! What a neat idea! I'll let you know if I get around to it!

  5. Very smart ideal. You go girl!!!
    Luke graduated from Woodlawn....but ehe graduation was at LSU's Pete Maravich Center.
    Did you all have any great plans for the holiday?? We BBQ'ed tonight and invited Italian Boy and his Mama over for supper. That was nice.
    I'm pooped. I think I will go to bed. HA!!
    I'm thinking of you!
    See ya.....

  6. Wonderful idea! It could very well BE PB you know!
    I too hate a cluttered fridge believe it or not. Grace is always making such pretty things and loves to hang them up on said fridge! The biggest issue is her school schedule and reading charts. The teachers tell them to "hand them on the fridge" and Grace is very literal! *smile*
    For the Summer, I think I will
    take it all down and let the fridge breathe!
    Thank you for your marvelous idea! I may well try it for her art! You are so creative!

    I loved visiting you here as well...stay in touch okay?

  7. AnonymousJune 13, 2008

    I like it! Who needs Pottery Barn when we can be creative? :) Thanks for the idea, and thanks so much for stopping by my blog!

  8. AnonymousJune 16, 2008

    OMG what a great idea. I'm going to do this. I have a space that I tape my kids school pictures up and this would be so much cuter. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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