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Desert Solitaire - Recycled Single Switch Plate Cover, Tree, New Mexico, Tent Rocks, Dry, Brown, Photo, Southwest

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Desert Solitaire is a single toggle switch plate featuring an original photo of a tree at Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument near Santa Fe, New Mexico. March 2006

All of my light switch covers are made using secondhand/recycled switch plates which are created into either a Photo or Collage Series of decorative pieces to liven up any room in the house. Also great for offices, dorms, or wherever light switches may be found.

In the Photo Series I use professional prints of my original digital photography that have been sized, cut, and specially formatted to fit each switch plate.
In the Collage Series I use decorative papers from a variety of recycled sources (maps, magazines, art books, calendars, etc.) along with cutouts of my original bird & wildlife photos to create unique, fun, or whimsical scenes. No two are alike!

The completed pieces are covered with a homemade, eco-friendly decoupage mix, and coated with a few layers of protective varnish. The varnish allows for easy cleaning-- just wipe with a damp cloth. Because the base switch plate is secondhand, no hardware is included with this item. (ie: screws)
Desert Solitaire is a single toggle switch plate featuring an original photo of a tree at Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument near Santa Fe, New Mexico. March 2006

All of my light switch covers are made using secondhand/recycled switch plates which are created into either a Photo or Collage Series of decorative pieces to liven up any room in the house. Also great for offices, dorms, or wherever light switches may be found.

In the Photo Series I use professional prints of my original digital photography that have been sized, cut, and specially formatted to fit each switch plate.
In the Collage Series I use decorative papers from a variety of recycled sources (maps, magazines, art books, calendars, etc.) along with cutouts of my original bird & wildlife photos to create unique, fun, or whimsical scenes. No two are alike!

The completed pieces are covered with a homemade, eco-friendly decoupage mix, and coated with a few layers of protective varnish. The varnish allows for easy cleaning-- just wipe with a damp cloth. Because the base switch plate is secondhand, no hardware is included with this item. (ie: screws)

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(33)
Reviewed by Meg Shattuck
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 18, 2015
i bought these as a gift for my vegan boyfriends birthday and im so stinkin excited to steal one for myself. they are so cute i could see myself getting one done for real!
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Desert Solitaire - Recycled Single Switch Plate Cover, Tree, New Mexico, Tent Rocks, Dry, Brown, Photo, Southwest

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: secondhand switch plate, original digital photo
  • Feedback: 33 reviews
  • Favorited by: 6 people
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