Tuesday, July 15, 2008

From Trash to Treasure

I picked up this metal glider at a yard sale for $2. I just loved the "bones" of it. Well, 2 cans of spray paint later, I have a fabulous bench for my deck:
Although the spray paint is not the most eco-friendly option, it is certainly better than this bench in a landfill.


Lisa Sharp said...

Make me one please. Blue would be nice.

Lisa Sharp said...

Thanks for entering the giveaway and I'm glad you like my blog. There will be a lot more green tips to come! :) I love your blog as well.

Gray Matters said...

Love it - and love that you chose red - so fresh!

RookieMom Whitney said...


GreenStyleMom said...

What a great find! I'm a bit jealous. I love the red.

Amy Howard said...

Loved that bench when I saw it at your house a few weeks ago and it photographs well too ;0)

Here's the link to that blog I told you about:


This is the blog that decorates everything in bright primary colors... she's not necessarily "green," at least not deliberately, but she does reuse old things in a fabulous and creative way to make a beautiful home. She'll be featured in Romantic Country magazine soon... I can't wait! Hope you enjoy it!

I also have a question about the blueberry bushes post. Do they have any left? We would love to "help" them out!