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Small Hose Hanger

Posted by lindasewandsew So Cal 9 (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 26, 12 at 2:15

We made this hose hanger from a small galvanized bucket to fit behind some totems. The old saw blade inside to acts as a large washer so the screw can't rip through the bucket. It wouldn't support a long hose, but works fine for this shorter one. Linda

Hose Hanger

Hose Hanger

Hose Hanger


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RE: Small Hose Hanger

What a great idea for a hose hanger!
I also like the way your pots are arranged.


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Very nice and neat. I like the hanger and the totem.


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Well that looks really cool! What a great idea and you could set your clippers, etc. there while you water and clean up after gardening. TFS!


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Cool!!!


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That's a clever idea. I like the way the handle acts as a stop to keep the hose from slipping off of the bucket. Looks great!


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Your head planters look great next to your hose(like that color hose) The saw blade works well to keep the bucket steady. Jan


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Great idea. And I really like your idea of a totem. I am assuming you have a bar through all the pots, then the PVC pipe are your spacers?

Thanks for sharing,
Kim


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Galvanized bucket...great re-purpose! Cool shape so the hose slants toward the wall...I am always in awe of your terracotta totems! Just love everything! TFS! Sawblade...great idea! Jeanne S.


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I love it all~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Please tell me where you found the pots with the faces,i've been wanting a couple of them for quite awhile now.TIA
Kathi


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