Thursday, March 8, 2018

Where Do I Put the Garden Gloves?

Small project - find somewhere to keep garden gloves. 




This is my finished solution. The 'how' is at the end of this post.

With garden and garden clean up on my mind I added two spring pictures.
 
Gathered a few spring bits and pieces.





Checked out the backyard and found snowdrops, a sweet bunch of purple crocus and some tiny blue flowers.




Visited Costco to pick up a new book (As You Wish by Jude Deveraux) and they had 9 Pack Garden gloves. Did not resist.


Problem - where do I keep all those garden gloves? I have 4 other pair that I used last year and they are still ok. A richness of gardening gloves.
 

A quick project was born - Handy Place to Keep Garden Gloves
 

I tried out a few baskets but they didn't fit in any spaces in the kitchen. Thought about hanging a basket outside the back door - but rain and damp happens


I moved things over on the hutch bottom by the back door to give the basket and contents a home.



So, back to the how.


Took an egg basket I had painted red outside and white inside. It has seen better times.




Used 'stick on' word stencils and dabbed them with CeCe Caldwell Beckley Black using a sponge from Martha Stewart.


 
Added gloves along with an ornamental teapot.




Added picture from the other end of the basket (with frog).



   
 Works for me.  

 
I had my mammogram on Monday - year 5 since cancer was found in one breast (and all that goes with that diagnosis and treatment) and it was very relieving to hear 'see you next year, clear'.



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13 comments:

  1. Clear and see you next year are the best words!! Love the basket, we keep gardening gloves by the front door but don't have so many pairs!

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  2. so happy to hear, sister dear!
    Happy gardening!

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  3. So happy to hear about your all clear! The only problem with costco is they want to give you too many of one thing lol but great cute solution.

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  4. I love Easter time it feels like winter is gone. Time to work on garden projects. A clean bill of health is wonderful.ttys

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  5. I love your glove basket and will be making one of my own!! Like your blog look too!

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  6. Cute solution to the problem! I keep mine in a basket too, on the shelves in the garage with all my other implements.

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  7. I'm so pleased to hear you have the all clear for another year & yay! for the fact we are going to need our gardening gloves soon - spring is coming!

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  8. What a gorgeous basket. I just donated away a basket like this that I fixed up a year ago. Now of course I wish I had it back. Beautiful job.

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  9. Clear, see you next year! What wonderful words to hear, so happy for you. Love the assortment of gardening gloves. I have many gloves but only one pair, time for a clear out and a trip to the gardening centre methinks.
    Have a great week and enjoy those snowdrops and crocus, soring is around the corner!

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  10. Excellent news those four little words at the end! Beautifully creative spring decorations -- just gorgeous.

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  11. You can't beat a good pair of gardening gloves (or nine of them, even)! And even better when they become a lovely display. Congratulations on the all clear - a relief, to be sure!

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  12. Good news on your all clear! Love the glove box..
    Wren x

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  13. Your basket looks great as a home for your garden gloves. You're getting quite a collection! Great that you got an all clear on your mammogram this year!

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