Headed to Class

July 2nd, 2009 in member junk     
RustyDiva RustyDiva, member
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Here are the junk materials for the project.
The finished project headed to class.
I had to add a flower arrangement in an old coffee tin. The whole thing cost me about $2.50.
Here are the junk materials for the project.

Here are the junk materials for the project.


I was put in charge of decorating my class at church and needed a large piece for one of the tables.  Someone told me in a previous post that the plant stand would make a nice serving piece so my mind immediately went to "service" at church.  We needed a place to put announcements, extra bibles etc.  I covered the left over insulation board with a Goodwill fabric remnant, attached it to the back of the plant stand so papers wouldn't fall out and it's new divine purpose was created!

Of course, I do love the rust and the fact that the center actually looks like a cross - totally accidental!!  I love it when projects work out!

 

The coffee tin will go by our coffee pot. 


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - RustyDiva
posted in: member junk, tabletop, container, centerpiece, plant holder, candle holder, organizer, shelf, letters, napkin holder

Comments (6)

MeretriciousCreation writes: I have this exact plant stand as well (in black), I use it as a display in my craft fairs. It's funny how many of us are drawn to the exact same items!
:) Posted: 2:03 pm on August 11th
RustyDiva writes: How cool is that ~ let me know what you do with yours. :)

Kenda Posted: 11:59 am on July 9th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Strange enough my dad had the exact shelf in his storage shed yesterday and I snagged it! Identical! Posted: 11:31 am on July 9th
CottageElements writes: This is a great plant stand. The rust is awesome, and great repurposing!

Lani Posted: 5:29 pm on July 3rd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: I love how your mind worked with this piece. Great looking AND usable.
Candy Posted: 11:52 am on July 3rd
chippingcharm writes: What a perfect spot for this cool piece...I love that it makes a cross in the middle too:) Laurel Posted: 5:33 pm on July 2nd
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