Weekly Photo Challenge: Repurpose
“For this challenge, show us something you’ve put to new use. Maybe it’s an old hammock that now forms the climbing wall for your clematis. Perhaps it’s as simple as the matchbook that supports the short leg of your chair. It could be the shedding hair you comb from your dog that will warm the birds’ nests around you. All out of clever? Look to your family, friends, and neighbors — what canny bit of DIY recycling ingenuity has recently impressed you?” (https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/repurpose/)
In today’s Daily Post, I mentioned we had cleaned out some things from the backyard at our rental property that we have sold. This is one of those things.
This is an old stove that we rescued from Kevin’s parents’ home when we moved his mom into a condo many years ago. It sat in our backyard in Regina, and then we moved it here but had left it behind in our rental’s yard until yesterday. Now, in the next few weeks as I clean up the yard for Spring(!), we will be thinking about its permanent home in our backyard here. When we have it sorted out, I, of course, will show it off to you! Now, what plants should I put in it??
Posted on January 29, 2017, in Daily Post Photo Challenge and tagged Weekly Photo Challenge. Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.
Great idea! I had one similar, repainted a jet, matte black, and made a plant stand out of mine, too!
Somethin full and bushy! 🙂
What a great, sentimental idea. Definitely along with whatever else you must have some ivy trailing over the side and baby’s breath to dress up the top!
I like that too – something trailing down from the top for sure!
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