My Swap Project 9 & 10 - Bluebucket

April 12th, 2010 in member junk     
bluebucket bluebucket, member
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Im quite sure these little beauties are chicken feeders or waterers.  I was very excited to receive them.
I added them to my existing candle holders because when I saw them, my first thought was that they were the perfect size and shape to hold a candle. I may paint them a cream color in the future but for now I like their metal color.
Nests seem to be popular so I tried my hand at it. Its a perfect way to display my stone eggs. I find it symbolic that it was once actually used for chickens. I  have a glass cover for the cake stand so can make this into a cloche.
Cute little can and tub.
I decoupaged them and added them to my existing barn board garden angel.
Im quite sure these little beauties are chicken feeders or waterers.  I was very excited to receive them.

I'm quite sure these little beauties are chicken feeders or waterers.  I was very excited to receive them.


I'm still working with my package of junk with Karilelek.


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - bluebucket
posted in: member junk, seasonal, metal, wood, candle holder

Comments (14)

Sushikay writes: I've got a long one with many holes in it. The rustic look is so neat! Posted: 12:33 pm on April 22nd
OnEaglesWings writes: Oh my, do I love those feeders! I am crazy over galvanized metals! They make great candleholders...
Blessings,
Susie Posted: 11:11 am on April 18th
NDJunkGirl writes: I love what you did with the metal feeders/candle holders - adorable! Looks like the majority as ruled...no paintin' them, huh?

Andrea Posted: 8:45 pm on April 14th
bluebucket writes: Well it looks like the crowds have spoken. I won't be painting the metal. It's less work anyway not to paint. Thanks everyone.
doreen Posted: 8:01 pm on April 13th
shabbychick writes: Wow - very nice! The metal feeders/waterers are so perfect as candleholders - way to go!

Midge/Alice - I like the metal look too - ha ha!! :)

Great stuff and great repurposing!

Kathy Posted: 3:50 pm on April 13th
racers7 writes: Super creative! But the metal looks really nice without paint. Melody Posted: 12:39 pm on April 13th
MakinItHappen writes: Cute, cute, cute, cute, cute! Posted: 12:08 pm on April 13th
RustyDiva writes: They fit perfectly ~ don't ya love it when that happens?! Love the addition to your garden angel. The little pots fit right in. Posted: 11:22 am on April 13th
carolinagram writes: Love what you did with the chicken feeders! Such an elegant scene with the candles. Lovely!
Dorrie Posted: 11:03 am on April 13th
fellowjunker writes: Beautiful Bluebucket....I love the galvanized metal mixed with your whites!
xojanis Posted: 7:58 am on April 13th
ninnarae writes: I just love the look of the galvanized metal with the painted wood! The eggs and pearls are charming! Posted: 12:45 am on April 13th
oldnews writes: Wow, lucky you! What a wonderful haul you made!! I love it all, the feeders are SO cool! It really looks beautiful with your eggs and those strings of pearls! Marie Posted: 12:00 am on April 13th
alicemom writes: I agree with Midge.............please don't paint the metal! great finish. I like the look with the old tin.
smiles, alice Posted: 10:38 pm on April 12th
junkermidge writes: Wow, wow, wow -- On both the treasures that Karilelek sent and the creations you turned them into. I hope you don't paint the candle holders, love them just the way they are! And the combination of pearls and metal is beautiful. Who knew?!
Midge Posted: 10:09 pm on April 12th
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