• http://www.dianevautier.com Diane Vautier

    Love this! I did something similar but on a much smaller scale with a discarded dresser drawer. It’s lots of fun to let imaginations run wild with upcycled materials.

    • http://glueandglitter.com/main Becky Striepe

      Ooh! I’d love to see a photo, Diane!

      • http://www.dianevautier.com Diane Vautier

        Hi Becky,

        Here’s a link to a photo on Flickr. Lighting wasn’t great because I finished late in the day. I used a dresser drawer (that I found on the side of the road that had been put out for trash). Cleaned it up, removed hardware, added legs (made from 2″ x 2″ that I had the store cut for me), painted it white (to match my house decor), lined it with plastic, planted some plants (hens & chickens and some colorful vining stuff, added flat rocks (so I can use it for a side table – and have a glass etc on it), and then topped the soil with sheet moss. It’s outside right now, but will come inside for the winter. http://bit.ly/pwSzFN

        Lots of fun

        Diane
        @dvautier on Twitter

        • Becky Striepe

          I actually gasped when I saw this photo. Your table is gorgeous!!! Would it be OK if I shared it with our readers in a post?

          • http://www.dianevautier.com Diane Vautier

            Oh my Gosh, please do. I’m flattered!! There are a few other photos on my Flickr account that show it throughout the process too. (plus lots of other upcycling projects on there).

            Thanks so much!

            Diane
            @dvautier on Twitter

          • Becky Striepe

            Awesome! I’ll take a peek and get to work! Thanks, Diane!

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    Thanks for sharing.

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