It's only taken 9 months but phase 2 of my pallet plantropolis is open for business!
Today I planted a magnolia tree and two fuchsia seedlings in memory of my gran Molly. Scroll down to earlier posts for an explanation of the fuchsias and the building of the planter.
Watch it grow! #palletproject#palletwood#palletplanter#reducereuserecycle#fuchsia#magnolia#welshgarden
P.s. Ignore the general mess of my garden, it took a battering over the winter storms!
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Start of the frame of a pallet wood cabinet for a customer.
That spot in the front of the bus which previously was home to all the bus driver's signage and first aid kit is now where our speakers and radio live. We also made a little cabinet from the space in the center and used a window we had made into a corkboard for our house as the door. I think it worked out pretty sweet. One more think to complete the front of the bus!
It’s lovely it see the weather improving just in time for the bank holiday weekend.
I thought it would be lovely to have a place to work, while I make the most of the beautiful spring days. I was able to make this table with a few extra pallets I had, and I’m happy with how it’s turned out...and also not one bit surprised that as soon as I had finished building it, the sun disappeared. Hopefully it will be back out again tomorrow.
Para os que possuem fé na história que marca o dia de hoje ou para os que reconhecem os ganhos diários que a vida proporciona, que hoje seja um dia em especial para atribuir nossa gratidão por tudo que nos trouxe até aqui.
I needed some quick and dirty tool storage to free up bench space in the Tinkerage so for pallet wood planks and a bunch of screws later and I've made this. It's not ideal in any other way than it frees up some bench space. I had thought of doing it as a quick project video but I'm so far behind after over ten days off with illness that speed trumps content.
Hopefully with a bit more organisation after lunch I will be in a position to start on some Maker's Central things.