Thursday, July 19, 2018

Chair project ✅ I had posted a few pics ago the garden planter chair I was redoing. It seemed a little light compared to our rustic look. So, the back was antiqued a bit and then the whole project sealed with a polyurethane. πŸ’ πŸ’ For the seat a length of poultry fencing was cut and then placed in the cut out of the chair. A lip was left to staple it to the chair. πŸ’πŸ’ A burlap bag was a cheap alternative to a coconut insert for flowers. Another thrifty idea was to buy buckets from our local Rural King. They had red ones 🀩 so I grabbed three, drilled holes for drainage and now they make great pots for flowers. A basket to set the pot of flowers in adds more dimension. πŸ’πŸ’ Now that it’s a little darker I love it! It’s a fun project for an old chair that’s no longer used! At GW or thrift markets they are usually pretty reasonable! Let me know what DIY projects you are working on!! πŸ’πŸ’ I’m sharing today for #basketsandblessings @sharonwarren7798 This flower basket is full of beautiful blooms which help me to remember that life is short and even though these little blooms are beautiful they only last for a short time. My life should be a beautiful example and reflection of all the blessings I have received. I should help to bring happiness and smiles to who ever I meet because of the giver of Life! Bloom where you are planted!! Happy Thursday! #rusticgarden #rusticgardens #farmgarden #diychairgardenplanter #plantcontainerproducts #plantcontainer #ruralking #ruralkingsupply #diychairplanter #handpaintedgarden #handpaintedchairs #rusticfarmgarden #livingthecountrylife #ilovemygarden #fwi719 #fwigardenwalk #awelcomeentrance #welcometomyhome #theartofhome #basketsandblessings

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