I was looking for a way to bring that idea back to my new studio and came up with this hanging giant to-do list. I love the paper roll because you can make the list really long or keep it short, and once you’ve crossed a bunch of the to-do’s off you can tear the sheet off and start fresh. I’ve decided it’s also just extra satisfying to cross things off of a giant to do-list, I don’t know why, it just is.Get the full DIY after the jump…
2′ copper pipe
1.25″ copper cabinet pull (mines from Schoolhouse Electric)
copper wrapping wire
paper roll Step:1 Thread the copper pipe through the paper roll and then thread approximately 4.5′ of rope through the pipe.
Step 6: Screw the cabinet pull with the hanger bolt into the anchor by hand.Step 7: Hang the two loops over the cabinet pull. Step 8: Get busy. Write your to-do list and start checking things off because you’re done! My favorite part of this project might be the hanger bolts which you can so easily use to make your favorite cabinet hardware into a hook. The possibilities are endless and a mini version of this would surely make a really cute toilet paper or paper towel holder. What do you think?
Sources: Cabinet Pull from Schoolhouse Electric // Paper roll from Ikea // Framed Print by Sarah Sherman Samuel //Desk Legs from Pretty Pegs // Vintage Brass Swivel Chair from Starburst Modern // Rug is Vintage from Frances Loom // Paint color is Decorator’s White by Benjamin Moore.
To see more of the studio in the making check here.
Images by Sarah Sherman Samuel