5 Amazing Bicycle Wheel Crafts

Hi all.  Thank you so much to all of you who left sweet comments and sent e-mails about our bicycle wheel foyer table.  It’s so fun to present a finished project that my on-line friends get excited about.  I got to searchin’ around the ole internets and found more amazing bicycle wheel crafts.  I thought I’d share a few here today.

 





 

Remember, we called around and found a bike shop willing to give us an old wheel, so these projects fall in the low/no cost, trash to treasure variety.

And you know how I feel about that.  :)

Here’s a great idea that would be simple to accomplish.  Just hang a wheel on your wall and attach favorite photos with mini clothespins or clips.  Gotta love that “patina.”

Visit your local bike shop and ask for their cast-off bike wheels to create these amazing bicycle wheel crafts. Perfect for spring patio projects!
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3 thoughts on “5 Amazing Bicycle Wheel Crafts

  1. Hi
    I saw your comment on the Funky Junky “How to Build a Dream Job” posting and came up with an idea. I decided to visit each person who commented on that particular posting because we are all likely facing similar situations. If each of us do that for each other and then return regularly to the sites we especially like, we can help each other build up our readership. You can find these comments of the Funky Junk Interiors post here: http://www.funkyjunkinteriors.net/2014/02/how-to-build-a-dream-job-while-you-work-a-day-job.html.

    For the record, Betsy Skagen of PaperCalliope.com came up with this fabulous idea and she would be eternally grateful if you would keep this credit in and more importantly, visit her blog at PaperCalliope.com.

    If you want to participate in hopping to these blogs, just copy this text, visit the sites of the commenters, then paste the text and add your own signature and web site to the bottom. However, please be respectful and take the time to actually look around each person’s blog. Just like you, they put a lot of hard work into it.
    Have a creative day!
    Betsy Skagen http://www.PaperCalliope.com

    P.S. Some of the blogs I visit I don’t love, but yours I do. Those bicycle wheels are fabulous. I love repurposing stuff. I can see your blog is much more established than mine, so maybe I will end up turning to you for advice ;)

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