Flexible Flyer Fun

August 27th, 2012 in member junk     
Bec4 Becky Lamb, contributor
15 users recommend


Using a wagon top and reclaimed wood, I made a fun table that could be used anywhere.  It works great as a bar, but could also be used as a potting table, in the kitchen for mixing bowls and cookbooks, in a bathroom to hold towels and toiletries, in a child's room for books and toys, or on the front porch with seasonal items.  Oh how I love a versatile repurposed item!


Pattern or design used: My own design - Becky
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Comments (11)

Bec4 writes: Kliff--I screwed through the holes that were already into the bottom of the wagon into the wood frame underneath. There are cross pieces at the top of the legs and a thin piece of wood running under the wagon, between the two cross pieces. Hope that makes sense?! Posted: 6:40 pm on September 12th
gatherofjunk writes: to cute for word love it love it
Posted: 5:42 pm on September 7th
Kliff writes: How did you affix the wagon body to the reclaimed wood frame? Posted: 11:27 am on September 5th
GypsyBarn writes: Absolutely love this!!! Brilliant re-purpose! Posted: 5:14 am on August 31st
chippingcharm writes: This is my favorite use for an old wagon yet...love it :) Laurel Posted: 12:43 pm on August 30th
gadgetsponge writes: Really creative repurposing! I thought Flexible Flyers only produced the sleds also. The hooks, the bottom shelf, everything works so well together for numerous purposes. Posted: 7:22 am on August 29th
MakinItHappen writes: I love your wagon-table. I think I'll steal this idea for holding my house plants. p.s. I thought all Flexible Flyers were sleds. Posted: 7:26 am on August 28th
roadtriplouise writes: Love what you did with the vintage wagon. It is a fun table that can be used several ways. I coulc see it in a childs play room. Posted: 7:01 am on August 28th
suewhitney writes: Becky, Becky, Becky.....Love. love. love this. Nicely done my friend!!!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 6:59 am on August 28th
TinTinJunkFan writes: How cute is this. Love it! Posted: 2:15 pm on August 27th
JunkArchitect writes: Well it sure is versatile. I'd like to see it filled with ice and Corona's...fun wagon project!

Jim
Posted: 10:44 am on August 27th
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