KILLED TWO CHAIRS WITH ONE GREENHOUSE.

April 27th, 2010 in member junk     
SHABBYPATTY SHABBYPATTY, member
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HERE ARE A COUPLE OF PROJECTS I HAVE BEEN WORKING ON. FIRST, I WANTED TO MAKE A GREENHOUSE FOR SOME OF MY PLANTS.  I HAD SOME WINDOWS I JUNKED PICKED AND TWO OF FOUR CHAIRS ALSO FORM THE JUNK.  THEN SCREWED THE WINDOWS TOGETHER, WITH A HINGED DOOR.  THEN SAWED OFF THE TOPS OF THE TWO CHAIRS AND USED THE SEAT AND LEGS FOR A STAND FOR THE GREENHOUSE.  THEN PAINTED THE GREENHOUSE BLUE WITH LEFTOVER PAINT.  NEXT I TOOK ONE OF THE CHAIR BACKS AND SCREWED A PIECE OF WOOD TO THE BOTTOM TO MAKE A SHELF. THEN PAINTED WHITE AND ADDED "STUFF" TO IT. NOW ITS HANGING ABOVE THE TOILET!   KILLED TWO CHAIRS WITH ONE GREENHOUSE!!!


Pattern or design used: My own design - SHABBI PATTI
posted in: member junk, seasonal, plant holder, shelf

Comments (8)

ninnarae writes: Fun project- just charming in your garden! Posted: 5:27 pm on May 2nd
itsnotjunk2me writes: love the greenhouse! great use of old windows and chairs!
judi ;) Posted: 9:50 pm on April 29th
RustyDiva writes: Great project(s)!!! Love the little greenhouse and it looks like it's taking a walk through your garden. I think it's really great that you used everything! Posted: 11:14 am on April 28th
racers7 writes: I love this! I'm a collector of windows and chairs, this is such a fun repurpose. Melody Posted: 10:22 am on April 28th
rusticdiva writes: Very inspiring. LOVE the greenhouse and the chair shelf is so cute. Posted: 9:53 am on April 28th
artteachergirl writes: That greenhouse is precious! So is the shelf/chair...but the title of your post is way too funny!!! Love it!!
You are one thrifty junker! Posted: 9:57 pm on April 27th
Cynyth writes: This is awesome. The greenhouse is the perfect size for a small yard, and it looks great. Really love the chair-back shelf, too. No part of the junk left to waste :-) Perfect. Posted: 9:55 pm on April 27th
alicemom writes: Totally adorable. You did a great repurpose.
smiles, alice Posted: 7:07 pm on April 27th
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