Designer Road Kill workshop

December 3rd, 2008 in member junk     
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This is the workshop where our tools and some junk are stored.
The fig tree without its leaves is the perfect place to hang projects in waiting. Shown are a wrought iron candlelier, an old minnow bucket and a gold tone chandelier with the electrical guts removed. The goonie bird on the ground is made from a shovel and other tool pieces.
This is the workshop where our tools and some junk are stored.

This is the workshop where our tools and some junk are stored.


This is where all the Designer Roadkill is made. We take things found on the roadside and trash piles and bring it home to the workshop. The building holds the hardware, saws and other things we need to make the stuff. The deck is actually larger than shown and has 3 tables (one for painting, one to put the saws on, and one to hammer on). That way my husband and I can work on different projects and not get in each other's way TOO much. We had some Christmas lights left over from decorating the front yard so we did a little decorating to make the workshop look like Santa's workshop for a little while.


Pattern or design used: My own design
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Comments (5)

MimiToria writes: Wow, you've really got this place set up handy with 3 tables to work at. Very fun for you. Thanks for sharing your workshop with us. I'd love to have a place like this to work.
Gretchen Posted: 10:18 pm on December 3rd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: I'm sure you and your husband feel like busy little elves in your workshop sometimes. What a great place to have of your own.

Candy Posted: 9:36 pm on December 3rd
piecesofthepast writes: Can I come over and play?? Posted: 9:27 pm on December 3rd
suewhitney writes: Haha! This makes me smile. What a great place to work and I love the goonie bird. In fact I just love saying the words goonie bird!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 8:46 pm on December 3rd
KimberlyMelamed writes: Looks like a super fun place for you to create! Thanks for sharing. Posted: 7:27 pm on December 3rd
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