Wednesday, May 25, 2011

A Wine Rack With A Difference




I just have to have one like this in my house!!!

 I would be reduced to a salivating,jabbering, nervous wreck if I don't have one......

I saw this in a neat little shop recently but it was sooo pricey!

C'mon Cules,you are very good at welding and we have stacks of old shovels and wire lying around on the farm...

12 comments:

  1. Hi Liesl .. is that fun! What a good use of waste materials .. sadly the bottle will be too if I was around! That's really fun ..

    I posted about a South Africa author - Judy Croome - on my blog .. if you know her - please come and say hi, if you don't = please come by anyway and meet her!

    Great to see you .. cheers and I do hope you get your wine rack - it's innovative if nothing else! Cheers Hilary

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  2. That's very creative isn't it?! Poor Cules - the pressure is on now!

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  3. I was just going to say! Cules!!! Get to welding. This would be a cinch! Love the rusty brown look.

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  4. It's amazing the neat ideas people come up with. I'm sure that Cules will be more than happy to put this on his to do list ;).

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  5. that is very very cool! i REALLY want to see what cules comes up with (in his spare time!) ha!

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  6. You could even try using a rake and the tines could hold a bottle too. Neat idea. Hope you have picked out a spot for it.

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  7. That's a good idea Michaela!
    Theresa; I think it will take quite a while before that gets done! Maybe it's time I taught myself to weld..maybe not!!

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  8. Maybe he will come up with his own creation!

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  9. Right you must have one. I saw an old ladder recently with pots of flowers wired to each rung. I must have one of those.

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  10. Love this but it does not hold enough!!! Diane

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  11. I really want to have this metal wine rack. Its look really decent.

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