Shed display

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  1. 203ntyp

    203ntyp PMA Member

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    Got a kick out of this.......

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    203ntyp PMA Member

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    This must be how the rich display their shed collection!

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    lol, that’s funny!
     
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    I thought it was a big soft pretzel with a set of antlers on top.
     
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    Man, I was hoping for some more traffic here. My pile is about out growing it's area.

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    One of my walls....

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    Finally got around to snapping some pics of what I did this winter for displaying sheds and euros. I like having some of the sets displayed more like they sat on the deer va being hung. Takes up more room doing that though.

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    This thread got me thinking. I'm not real creative but I think it turned out ok...

    I think I did the picture right.
     

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    I like it.

    Got me thinking too. I have an idea I'm working on that I will share when completed, should be pretty cool.
     
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    Nice! Did you screw them to the board from the back then?
     
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    No I drilled a small hole through the barn board on each side of the base and ran a real thin black wire wire through over top along pedicel and pulled it tight on the backside of the board. To hold the top side in place I did the same. drilled a small hole on either side of the main beam or brow tine depending on how the antler laid and tied fishing line on the back side pulling it tight. I did have to use wire on one of them because of the way it laid on the board I couldn't get it to sit right with the fishing line. You can't see the fishing line at all and the black wire along base is barely noticeable. I didn't get the antlers balanced from one side to the other as good as I should have and probably would look better if I would of used 3 on a side and not four. One thing I found from sorting through piles of my old antlers to do this is I have a lot of really nice right sides and hardly any nice left sides. The dinks in the middle is a match set my 9 year old found this year so he thought it was pretty cool I used those.
     
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    Looks great. FYI, you can drill from the back and put a pilot hole in a shed as well. Just put a drywall screw in and it will hold pretty well.
     

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