A Traveling Bevarage Bar

April 20th, 2019 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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An ice cold beverage on a red hot day is a welcome treat. Im happy to report that we are actually having a red hot day here in Minnesnowta. Will wonders never cease!!!
Okay after much deliberation Im still not quite sure what this was. Me now thinks it was used by a painter for paint and a roller. Lani and Kimberly thought a tool box perhaps? Hmm. we may never know, but does it really matter?! I know one thing for sure...its pretty darn nifty.
Love the coolio, hoolio metal mesh tray on the inside. Great detail!
Oki, dokie, dominokie bring on the beverages!
Need to keep the bottle opener close at hand. Tie one on (no pun intended) and it will never get lost! Now for those of you who are looking really closely you may notice that the bottles are twist offs. Ha! This is presented famiy style, but in case dad wants to take it filled with some Heinies to the Friday night poker game in the garage this will come in handy!
Ooooo .... get yor ice cold glasses! The tray keeps your glasses floating just above the ice to make your beverage even frostier.
Coasters, limes, and lemons are along for the ride.
Fill er up and take this handy, dandy beverage buddy out to the front porch. Sit down, pour yourself a tall drink of lemonade, and enjoy. Let someone else mow the lawn for a change!
An ice cold beverage on a red hot day is a welcome treat. Im happy to report that we are actually having a red hot day here in Minnesnowta. Will wonders never cease!!!

An ice cold beverage on a red hot day is a welcome treat. I'm happy to report that we are actually having a red hot day here in Minnesnowta. Will wonders never cease!!!

Old metal caddies should be on a junker's list of favorites. They come in all shapes and sizes and can be used for a multitude of tasks. This one has been re-purposed for summertime drinks, but I can think of a few more ways it could be empoyed.

Planter, garden trug, picnic tote, bathroom organizer, wine and cheese gift basket.................. and on, and on, and on!


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Comments (17)

airzinnn writes: What a cute idea! Posted: 2:08 pm on October 29th
smiller0529 writes: Love it! Minnesnowta! LOL That is such a neat idea. Posted: 8:25 pm on August 4th
CreationsandStuff writes: love this idea. Have seen many, should start picking them up! Posted: 7:14 am on June 6th
shiivermelivers writes: I love it! I fully plan an copying it! Imitation is the best form of flattery right??
THANKS! Posted: 2:46 pm on May 26th
DownHomeDIY writes: This was a fantastic repurpose and looks like it was just meant to be!!! Love the added details with the bottle opener, etc.
You just have such a knack for this and it keeps inspiring us all!
Keep bringing it Sista!
Posted: 10:23 pm on May 25th
bubbasmom writes: Sue: That is such a great idea.It does look so refreshing.I'm like cottageElements anything I get sits in my basement before I get going and do something with it.Great job. Posted: 11:18 am on May 22nd
fellowjunker writes: I love what you did with this metal caddy Sue........your attention to detail never ceases to amaze me........just gorgeous!!!
xojanis Posted: 10:55 am on May 22nd
MimiToria writes: Sue you rock girlfriend! I loved seening this in the post about the shops, and now with your repurposed project it is beyond cool. It is definitely worthy of placement in one of your future books. You're awesome junker girl.
Gretchen Posted: 9:34 am on May 22nd
alicemom writes: Sue You just keep getting better & faster with the goods!!!
love it the best for now..........or til I see your next project.
Alice Posted: 10:47 pm on May 21st
georgiamoon writes: This gal knows how to throw a party! This would come in handy at any get together. Love love love it! Georgia Posted: 5:48 pm on May 21st
monakent writes: Coolness plus!!!! Great idea. The photos are wonderful....can almost hear the laughing and talking from those at the get-together, having a blast as they cool down!!! gailmarie Posted: 11:36 am on May 21st
shabbychick writes: Love this! Perfect use and how "cool" that you can keep things on ice as well! I'd like to be added to the guest list too!!

Love the photos - let the good ol' summertime begin - Happy Memorial Day!!

Kathy Posted: 10:56 am on May 21st
catbishop writes: Great project and wow look at your photos! No wonder you have your own books! Posted: 9:49 am on May 21st
JunkArchitect writes: Sue, this is my kind of project and the only thing I’d change would be your option of filling it with Heinies. With all your fantastic party ideas I think it’s time you threw one...for us! Cool presentation and great photos…Jim Posted: 9:00 am on May 21st
CottageElements writes: Wowzers, you're fast! Didn't you just get this??? Me, I buy something, look at it, then look at some more and then finally (after weeks or months) get to doing something with it. Grass doesn't grow under your feet, now does it! And it turned out great! I especially like the fact that you can carry it to where you need it and it comes with a built in ice bucket!

Lani Posted: 11:24 pm on May 20th
texasjunkermom writes: This is the one you got at the big sale last week, right? Loved it plain, love it more this way. So many options for totes. I am a sucker for old tool boxes (or whatever this WAS) and this one is great! Posted: 10:45 pm on May 20th
grannijo writes: Sue: this caddy is so cool!..would work for all season's!..do you coat the inside before using it for drinks or food?..great job!...sharon Posted: 9:50 pm on May 20th
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