I love going to the Long Beach Antique Swap Meet. I try to go a few times a year with my family. You could walk around for hours and still miss a ton of cool stuff. You can find retro furniture, vintage toys and clothing, and antique jewelry to name a few. I found these beautiful glass door knobs for a great deal. I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with them, but after some contemplating, I ended up making a repurposed vintage door knob photo holder.
This is a one step process that takes about 24 hours of dry time. You can get the tutorial over at MyPrintly.
Here is a quick video tutorial I made:
This little repurposed photo display is perfect for holding small photos like Sprocket photos. You can also use it to hold memos on a desk, as place card holders at the dinner table while entertaining, or to hold food labels or signs at a party or wedding.
The possibilities are endless!
I have done some fun flea market makeovers in the past. Be sure to check out these cool DIY projects I did and all from treasures I found at the Long Beach Antique Swap Meet!
- Repurposing Ideas for Flea Market Finds
- Vintage Toolbox Serving Caddy
- Repurposed Flower Frog Ideas
- Repurposed Bed Spring Christmas Bells
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