Earth Day DIY Challenge

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Happy Earth Day!  We hope that today, you are thinking more about making a contribution to the environment.  Big or small, every bit helps 🙂  That’s why we really wanted to do this Earth Day challenge – to show that you don’t necessarily have to get rid of things around your home.  You can just about re-purpose and reuse anything!

So, without further adieu, the winner of our first Earth Day DIY Challenge and the $50 gift card to Home Depot is….

Coco from The Crowned Goat!  You can see her blog post here, as well as her photos below of the amazing transformation and use  of an antique door and wooden legs!

Don’t you just love this old door?!

Door CG

Legs CG

Done CG

We thought that CoCo did such an incredible job repurposing the antique door and vintage table legs to create this awesome piece of furniture! The best part is that all of the items were reused and recycled into this wonderful conversation piece table. Don’t you just love it?

Thank you to everyone for participating in our Earth Day challenge this year! We can’t wait to do it again next year!

2 Comments

  1. You guys, it’s such an honor to have been chosen the winner! I am so excited! Thank you so very much for this challenge, for your inspirational blog and for your creative contribution to Earth Day. We can make a difference together and I privileged to be standing with you.

    1. 2 Bees in a Pod says:

      CoCo-
      You are a most deserving winner! Your creativity for repurposing and upcycling vintage and rustic items is a true gift.

      We can’t thank you enough for participating in our first Earth Day Challenge!

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