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what would you do with an old chicken feeder

Posted by purplemoon (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 8, 11 at 4:16

I am always amazed at the creativity of some folks...wish my brain worked that way.

Jeanne, you are going to LOVE this one I bet !!
hugs, Karen

Here is a link that might be useful: old chicken feeder

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RE: what would you do with an old chicken feeder

Oh my, who would have thunk!! ... a chicken feeder!!! (my DH gave most of our away when we quit raising chickens some yrs ago)! Isn't that just the cutest! & if you don't like the metal look (which I do), you could spray paint it! Looks great w/her painted blue island! I can see this on a serving table at a picnic, too! TFS, PM. Jeanne S.

Love those roosting nests in her pic, too...I have this pic saved in my "future projects" folder that was on GJ forum some yrs back (you may have shared it, I don't remember)'s so cool!


RE: what would you do with an old chicken feeder

Karen, that's not something I would like in my home but it looks great on Her counter! Great picture of you shared Jeanne. I don't have any weathered buildings but if I did I could see using these ideas.


RE: what would you do with an old chicken feeder

Gosh. I love it. I'd like to have one for my patio.

Jeanne's roosting nest picture sure reminds me of feeding my grandpa's chickens when I was a little tiny thing.

RE: what would you do with an old chicken feeder

I'm not sure who did the flowers in the chicken coop, Jeanne, but its in one of our GJ inspiration albums.

hugs, Karen

RE: what would you do with an old chicken feeder

Well, it is amazing what folks come up with. Love her dishes in there, but I couldn't use it....I'd be scared I would knock the dishes out onto the floor! Love the look though.

And, I love that nesting box made into a planter!

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