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A neat way to display your old bed headboards

Posted by pattico (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 8, 11 at 21:52

This is a blog I found this on. Just thought some of you might like this idea.

Here is a link that might be useful: headboard stands


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RE: A neat way to display your old bed headboards

Neat idea!! Thanks for sharing


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I like that..
Would be a nice entrance to the garden or pathway..


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Looks like heavy duty PVC plastic pipe so could be buried & would look like standing alone! Very attractive! Jan


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Great way to display if you don't want to put posts in the ground...these are more portable too! TFS!


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I would never pot flower in pots that small. What a watering night mare that would be!! They would work to define the back of a garden. Mine buts up against a wooded area..


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  • Posted by cait1 VIC Aust (My Page) on
    Fri, Jan 14, 11 at 9:13

I wanna know how they keep the grass outta that garden bed.........

I agree with you, Arcy, about the small pots. But they're pansies so they won't live long, anyway. Might be nice to have succulents in the pots. Could be a fun idea for lindaseesaw (I know, I know... it's lindasewandsew or something like that HA!). She's really good with succs and cactus.


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Good idea, thanks!
Kathy


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