He views the landfill as strictly a drop-off destination while I see it as Upcycling
Project Central. Admittedly, those projects tend to involve him to varying
degrees, but I know perfectly well that he loves tool time. When I came home
with this discarded, wooden ladder, he rolled his eyes, but there was no
arguing the results or the price-tag for this shabby chic planter at $2.97 in
As with the ladder, my ideas tend to evolve after I have
identified a diamond-in-the-rough, but with the advent of my Pinterest
addiction this year, I now venture forth on Saturdays armed with plenty of ideas. So when I stumbled upon four of these chair
backs, I knew immediately what they would
I didn’t think my luck could possibly get any better, but it did. While driving home from the landfill I stumbled
upon this mini chicken coop on the side of the road, free for the taking! (more
on the evolution of the mini coop another time) If there is something more
exciting than finding really cool, free stuff, that can be turned into
something beautiful and/or functional, I don’t know what it is.
Gotta love a chick with power tools.