Farm Fresh Fruit Bowl

January 27th, 2019 in projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Farm fresh apples served up on a farm fresh platter. both!
A tractor disk spacer, a piece from a cultivator, Gorilla Glue products, and some cork make up the project team.
Trace and cut cork for bottom of spacer.
Add a little Gorilla Super Glue!
Pop on the cork! This is a champagne project.
Mix up Gorilla Epoxy and put on top of spacer.
Put a lid on it!
Spray the entire piece with polyurethane.
God didnt make the little green apples and it dont rain in Indianapolis in the summer time! Sorry...couldnt help myself.
Farm fresh apples served up on a farm fresh platter. both!

Farm fresh apples served up on a farm fresh platter. both!

Fresh from the farm to your table!

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Comments (18)

bruwi writes: Oh my... your projects are incredible, I love them all! Thank you for sharing with us! Posted: 1:45 pm on August 11th
Sushikay writes: I just came across your post. What a great idea! I've got a round rusty cover that could also be made into a platter. I just need to find a base for it. Thanks for sharing! Posted: 3:55 pm on April 20th
MimiToria writes: Awesome re purposing of farm junk. Incredibly creative my friend. Looking forward to seeing you and your junk in a few weeks.
Gretchen Posted: 7:57 pm on April 10th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: I missed this project when it was first posted. Love it, Sue!
Candy Posted: 11:08 am on April 10th
CottageElements writes: I love these pieces . . . simple is good!

Lani Posted: 6:50 pm on April 8th
54girl writes: Simple and beautiful! Love it!! Mary Posted: 2:00 pm on April 8th
shabbychick writes: Suzie-Q - what a simply SWEET project! I love the rusty patina too!!

Can't wait to see what you're gonna come up with - and then see it all in person next month!! Woo hoo!

Kathy Posted: 10:01 am on April 8th
Prior writes: Wonderful patina and funkilisious fruit holder! Lezlee Posted: 10:10 pm on April 7th
junkermidge writes: Love, love, love it. Those spacers seem to be good for so many projects. I'm on the lookout. This whole project has such a cool, industrial, contemporary yet rustic look. It really pops with the green.
Midge Posted: 8:11 pm on April 7th
lakelover69 writes: Simply Beautiful. Posted: 6:26 pm on April 7th
alicemom writes: Oh Miss Susie-Q! Love love love it!
looking forward to more.
smiles, alice Posted: 1:39 pm on April 7th
chippingcharm writes: SUPER love...can't wait to see all the fun stuff you're pulling together for the big sale! Laurel Posted: 7:59 am on April 7th
wahoolb writes: Beautiful! Posted: 7:28 am on April 7th
oldnews writes: SIMPLY beautiful - as always! Marie Posted: 2:41 am on April 7th
JunkArchitect writes: What a simple and cool project from my favorite FFFB.

Posted: 7:57 pm on April 6th
RustyDiva writes: You know I'm all about the rusty!!!!! Love it!

Kenda Posted: 4:03 pm on April 6th
fellowjunker writes: What a fun and funky project, love, love!!
xojanis Posted: 3:29 pm on April 6th
ninnarae writes: Just love this! What beautiful patina! Posted: 2:20 pm on April 6th
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