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Guess what? I just discovered.....

Posted by Garden_Momma (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 3, 05 at 0:31

I just discovered what I may do with my own throw away fan..Or two...I will paint it a flower color or maybe psychedelic color (at one of my kids suggestion) as a yard deco....Thanks to you all here for getting my mind going...and making good use of what can be.....1st time posting...can you tell???


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RE: Guess what? I just discovered.....

I could just kick myself. I got a retro turquoise green fan from my Dad's junk pile. DH fixed so it ran for a month or so before the motor died. Anyhow, once it died, DH looked at me and said, don't even think about keeping it, it's going in the trash. I shoulda snuck it out of the trash and dismantled it. Those fan blades were cool........
Sheree


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RE: Guess what? I just discovered.....

Garden Momma, I am making a whirlygig out of mine. I just posted about this over on Garden Junk. I have a stand fan that the only part that won't be used is the motor. The 2 grids will be birdfeeders and a hanging basket, the base will be a table base for a flower stand, and the fan blades will be the whirlygig.

Now I'm kicking myself, I had a small personal sized fan that burned out a couple of months ago. I could have used those blades as a flower decoration! dang it!

BTW, hi, it's nice to be back on the T2T forum. I posted here months ago before my move, and got so snowed under with life stuff that I hadn't had a chance to post before now.


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