Tempest blogs at Ellomennopee. "I've always wanted a footstool, I blame Disney," she confesses. (That footstool puppy in Beauty and the Beast is pretty irresistible!) Hence the reason why Tempest rescued this worn out footstool from the curb.
When Sara, from Thrifty Treasures, found this footstool, it was looking pretty frumpy. Faded upholstery in a dated fabric covered a lumpy, bumpy shape. There was something about the shape of the little claw feet, though, that made her think the stool had some possibilities.
At The Shabby Creek Cottage, Gina's husband works for a cable company, so she has easy access to the leftover wooden cable spools. She realized that the shape and height of the spools was just right for becoming a stool.
Crystal from Fussy Monkey Business says, "I bought this table for $2 from my friend's grandfather. I didn't know what I would do with it because of it's odd shape, so it sat in the garage for A LONG TIME."
When KariAnne of Thistlewood Farm found a whole bunch of yardsticks at a thrift store, she brought them home and made a list of all the ways she might use them. First project on her list was making this fun yardstick stool.
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