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Thread: My Ironing board

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    This is a hollow-core door from Lowe's. Mine is 30" wide and I have it set on top of a 6' banquet table propped up on bedrisers. Lots of storage underneath, but I couldn't stand the mess, so I taped fabric to the table top, then put the ironing board on the table ;)
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    Aw, nuts! Why are all my pictures sideways tonight?? I think I'm tired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltyfeelings
    Aw, nuts! Why are all my pictures sideways tonight?? I think I'm tired.
    You can rotate them. Just open them up on your computer and rotate them and then when you post them they will be right side up.

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    Great setup.

    Kat

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    I like!

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    Nice way to make a large ironing board. I will be looking for a door.

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    Great ironing board!

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    Nice job!!

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    Nice setup like the clever idea

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    Wow! Now I'm going to have to go to Lowes!! I WANT one! LOL

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    Here's a picture of mine:
    [IMG]http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s...6/DSCN0929.jpg[/IMG]

    My hubby took a piece of plywood and I covered it with the batting for hot stuff and then with material. It was on top of my regular ironing board but when my son moved back in I needed to move it out into our family room. My hubby then built the cabinet under it.

    I like the door idea too, great!

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    Very clever!

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    Great idea!

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