everyone's doing it this year. And besides, we've got so many scraps in our garage these days, we can barely park our cars.
And that's sad, 'cause we have a 4 car garage. And only 2 cars.
What the H am I talking about? Well, thanks for asking.
I'm talking about this totally fugly piano bench I've made here.
I am in love with people's totally, awesomely cute lemonade stands.
I would like to take this moment to tell you how totally fun and easy peasy this project was. Plumb? Square? Level? Pshaw. Who cares? It's a kids' lemonade stand. That's my kind a project.
I'd also like to take this opportunity to tell you how much I love having a drill and a driver, now. How did I live without these two tools, side by side?
And so, the redneck piano bench got a bit of a skirt, if you will.
At least it's a modest redneck piano bench.
And then, a coat of paint, some stripes that I totally, like, free-handed,
(with the help of some painters tape, a level, and a measuring stick)
and massive amounts of scrap molding I have here and there. I swear, the scraps, man-- they're like gremlins, and they multiply overnight.
Are you thinking what I'm thinking? This little lemonade stand needs a top, don't it?
Of course it does.
I sure hope some neighbor kids will use this. You know, so it can be used more than like, once.
Seriously, one of my
And now I must leave you with some hysterical quotes via the interweb, on life and the giving of lemons:
So. . . head on over here for a little glass of the yellow juice, won'tcha? That didn't sound right.
Linked to Ze Shabby Nest Frugal Friday.