I've Pulled Another Wheelie

December 30th, 2008 in member junk     
georgiamoon Georgia Terrell, contributor
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An Herb Garden .
A little junk
A little Grace
An Herb Garden .

An Herb Garden .

Here we go with another wheel. I just keep going around in circles for some reason. I took an old wheel I found and put a large bolt through the wheel and the loop on the top of the wire half-basket, I added a wooden knob to secure the basket on, then just planted some herbs, a piece of junk and my garden stakes from my previous project. With a bright orange gross-grain ribbon for a tie, it would look charmng in a kitchen or equally good on the front door. Happy Thanksgiving! Georgia

Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Georgia Moon Original
posted in: member junk, seasonal, metal, cottage, plant holder, funky, country, garden, kitchen, porch, entry, basket, green, sunroom, wire, orange

Comments (10)

plumberdaughter writes: I love your wheel idea's. I have a old metal wagon wheel out in the snow bank I may have to go see if I can pull it out. What could I do with an old wagon wheel? Posted: 8:20 pm on January 9th
csudderth writes: Hey Georgia--glad to see you're still wheeling in great junk. Been away for awhile but back now. Can't have too many wheel projects for me.
Christy Posted: 9:40 pm on January 3rd
junkermidge writes: This is adorable! I love the mix of the colors and the mix of textures. It all comes together to make one cool display.
Midge Posted: 9:34 pm on December 31st
bridiemurphy writes: The punch of orange...AWESOME! And I'm wheelless ... without wheel, uh, gonna go looking for one TODAY! Thanks for the major inspiration, Georgia, suppose we could say you really move people? EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKK!? Posted: 9:00 am on December 31st
bubbasmom writes: Another great wheel Georgia,such a great idea.You are so talented.Guess I'm going to have to get myself busy.I enjoy looking at everyone elses junk as much as I do making it though. Posted: 7:59 pm on December 30th
LuAnn writes: You keep pullin' wheelies you're going to hurt youself one of these days! LOL (just kidding) This is great. At least you can grow them all year. Here most herbs are only around in the spring and summer. So I guess we can live vicariously through you!

LuAnn Posted: 6:49 pm on December 30th
italianpeasant writes: ok, geo, that's a wheelie good idea LOL; you mean you're herbs are still growing :) it's 32 degrees here. gio Posted: 1:06 pm on December 30th
JunkArchitect writes: This is really cool! The great thing is you can find wheels at just about any flea market for almost nothing. I could probably pull this off at my house…with a blue ribbon.

You’re very talented Georgia.
Posted: 12:31 pm on December 30th
FunktionalJunk writes: I think this is great! I have teenage boys at home who are constantly hauling home bicycle parts in attempt to build the ultimate bike. When their enthusiasm wanes I'm left with the parts everywhere. This would be an adorable way to use some of those wheels! Thanks for the idea! Posted: 10:35 am on December 30th
sherryberry079 writes: That is such a great idea!! I just love love it, and cant wait to try it. sherry Posted: 8:50 am on December 30th
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