I have been losing myself in the making of my own little spot of enchanted forest and glen. I threw myself head strong into my woods that I have been working on for a couple years a few feet at a time. This year I put on the boxing gloves on and with the help of friends with trailers and my devoted hubby and sons the remaining honeysuckle went down. And don't you worry my honeysuckle friends waiting to show your ugly heads, I have an arsenal of my long handled loopers, my short feisty snippers, and sorry but yes also a single bottle of round up reserved just for you. They are super handy in my outhouse garden shed- consider yourself warned!
So I have been enjoying creating beautiful little planting spaces and just starting to relax in the comfort of this little magical spot- heck it is not often you get this right in the central urban part of my town. I realized I am pretty darn thankful for that.
I had seen several great options to make cutie pie outside furniture that looks mushrooms. I was set on trying to find the right stool or other upcycled piece to use as a small table. I could not find anything that would be right. Then I realized it was right there all along. An old rusted outside small table my husband had picked up a couple years ago and put in storage in case we need a project someday. He often hates to see things go to the trash.
Bingo- perfect for a little shroom redo! A bit of sand paper, rust stop spray paint, and there it is, the perfect addition to the woods- all for under $6! I am pretty thrilled- I will have to look and see what else is hiding out underneath our deck that I might be able to redo!