wine & cheese cart

July 28th, 2009 in member junk     
greencricket greencricket, member
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An afternoon dog walk in my neighborhod turned up this sad cart.  Only 2 wheels and a broken shelf. 

New matching casters, some paint and a few fun new shelves and she is ready for the swankist of parties.  The glass top is decoupaged (underneath) with a vintage inspired sheet of 'chessy' gift wrap and the corks were first sliced in half, then glued on a piece of scrap particle board.

Pattern or design used: My own design - Beth
posted in: member junk, metal, house wear

Comments (10)

MimiToria writes: What a find and transformation you created here. Way cool!
Posted: 8:59 am on July 31st
PaintingIsMyPassion writes: Good idea with using the corks. Love it. Posted: 8:14 pm on July 29th
RustyDiva writes: Love this project!!!! You did a great job. I just bought a container full of corks and this gives me a great idea on how to use some of them ~ thanks. Posted: 11:23 am on July 29th
suewhitney writes: I'm digging this little cart. Great job! You've got pretty and practical down to a tee.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 10:09 am on July 29th
alicemom writes: There is no whining here! great save.
smiles, alice Posted: 9:46 am on July 29th
byabpryor writes: Looks like a totally different cart... WOWZA! Posted: 7:40 am on July 29th
oldnews writes: Way cool, nice work!! Posted: 12:07 am on July 29th
JunkArchitect writes:

Your cart turned out great. It looks like the party has already started with the all those corks.


Posted: 11:36 pm on July 28th
grannijo writes: nice find and great re-do...when's the party start? for sharing!...sharon Posted: 9:39 pm on July 28th
monakent writes: How fun is THIS??? Wonderful idea. Very unique. I'm sure you will hear many positive comments from your family and guests. What's not to like??? gailmarie Posted: 9:27 pm on July 28th
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