What wood you do?


If you had access to a ton of these, what would you do. I have some ideas but I want to know what you are thinking.

Would you leave the stencil? Would you cut them up? Pull them apart?

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About Pepper

Being someone who is actively searching for ways to make what I have better I thought it would be useful to share my talents and discoveries with anyone who is interested. So much of what I do is made from things that are easy to access and are perfect projects to spice up a weekend. In the words of Bernice Fitz-Gibbens "Creativity often consists of merely turning up what is already there." I hope that you will join me each weekend for a little inspiration and fun.
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4 Responses to What wood you do?

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  2. Mrs. Olsen says:

    Hey Jenny. I love your blog! You are channeling all my yard ambitions that get derailed with kids and sheer laziness.

    I am envisioning spools on a rope with a big knot for a tree swing. I also think they would be fun stained in different hues of the same color…like blue, and embedded in the grass for a grass patio that you could mow over, or put up a temporary canopy when you’re in the mood.

  3. Mrs. Olsen says:

    Okay, I was thinking visually. They would totally rot in the ground. Duh. Can’t wait to see how you use them!

    • Pepper says:

      You are too cute! I thought about using them as pavers too and think it would work for a while especially if they rested on a bed of gravel to eliminate standing water. I still toy with the idea of making a deck and today I thought about making something like raised wooden stepping platforms that would hint at giant lily pads though a thick planting of iris and magnolia trees. For now I take a little break from major decision making and focus on completing what I am already sure about.
      I am so glad that I can share my ideas with you and hope the innovation keeps coming. Thank you for your support and interest.

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