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bathtub board https://countrydesignstyle.com #bathroom #diyAn easy project and it takes out ALL frustrations!!!

We have a separate bathtub with one of those awesome faucets.

We even hung a TV on the wall, but we needed something to hold the soap!

A bathtub board!

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The Wood

A simple piece of wood does the trick.  I cut a 10-inch wide board {that’s really 9 inches wide} to fit across the bathtub.   Plus two pieces from the board that’s only 2 inches.

The Dents

Then all those screws and nails that I’ve broken and bent on other DIY projects came to use.  I also added to the mix anything that had a shape.  “S” hooks, washers, nuts and those wavy things that hold picture frames together.  Don’t know what those are called.  If you do, let me know in comments.

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Now to take out some frustrations!

Lay your shapes around on the board…

and pound!

Hopefully, you’re not so frustrated that you pound the “S” hook completely down into the wood!

Use a soft wood for this project.  This board is pine.  I took out frustrations on the screw heads too.

metal-stamps-on-wood-country-design-styleI moved things around on the board pounding away.  Little Bella ran inside for this project. :/

The ABCs

Then I grab my alphabet and number metal stamps and tapped some romantic sayings. 🙂

It’s is for the bath!!!!

Bath Tub Board https://countrydesignstyle.com #bathroom #diyNext, a bit of dark furniture wax was added to the stamped areas.  Then the board was aged with my favorite wood aging technique!

Don’t forget to age the two-inch pieces!

bathtub board https://countrydesignstyle.com #bathroom #diyI glued the small pieces in place with the best wood glue ever to keep the bathtub board in place…

and not fall into the tub! :/

bath-tub-board-in-place-country-design-styleA great smelling olive oil soap, some scrubbing, and a chunky flameless votive candle

and I’m smelling great!

bathtub board https://countrydesignstyle.com #bathroom #diy

This would be a great idea for the man in your life too.

Now to finish making ALL my gifts!

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    Comments

    1. Mallory says

      I think this little stamping technique of yours will be adorable on the top of the railing on the new deck we are putting in. I think everyone who leans on the railing, places a plate or beverage on the railing, or just stands near the railing will have fun reading the stamped messages and identifying the different shapes. Thanks for sharing your wonderful idea!

      • Jeanette says

        Mallory,
        What a wonderful idea!!! I never thought about that one. We have a rustic table outside and stamping little sayings would be fun for guests to “find!” So happy you visited my little blog. When you get the railing done, send in a photo. You can sent it in by clicking on the “share your projects” over on the right side. Have a fun creative week! ~Jeanette

        • Mallory says

          It might be fun to let friends stamp their names and the date or occasion of their visit on the railing or your rustic table, too. Or, perhaps, we could use a woodburning tool. You are such an inspiration, Jeanette! I am so happy to have stumbled upon your blog!

          • Jeanette says

            Great Idea Mallory! I’m glad you found my blog too because you have great ideas too! I have a wooden box full of wine corks and we write notes and dates when friends visit. But stamping on the table would be fun for kids too! We have many friend and family that don’t do wine. Perfect! Have a creative week. ~Jeanette

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