SENTIMENTAL PIANO PIECE NOW HOLDS HATS & KEYS...AND MEMORIES
Earlier this year the citizens of the Place Under The Pine removed the ol' piano. That big wooden box with the white keys that sat in a long line of family living rooms - for 60 years - had worn down and become somewhat of a burden. But, that doesn't mean it didn't have any value. No! It had mitt-loads of sentimental value. Which is why when the citizens broke the piano apart they carefully removed and put aside some of the special, in a visual sense, pieces. One such piece was the sheet holder. This is the part on the piano that held the sheet music. This was one of the main focal points of the piano, so the sight of it instantly reminds you of the old piano. Which is why repurposing it is such a great idea.
|The sheet holder|
|Hooks for hat or bags|
|Small hooks for keys|
Even though the piano is gone, the memories are brought to life everytime a pair of keys are hung, or a hat is tossed over one of the hooks.
|I can still hear Hot Cross Buns!|
Here is a quick video of the process to help you along.