I too have a pile of scrap wood and would love to make a stool like these! I can't wait to see a tutorial for them!
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Becky these are the cutest little stools... I really need to copy these! I love them and I love the colors you used. It looks like you antiqued them... am I right? They are great!Susan
I read the title and thought how in the world could she make stools from a swing set. Well you did and they are great. I love all the fun colors.
Would you make me one of these? Obviously, I would pay you. I am looking for a bench for my master bathroom. I could give you basic size and I would want white, chippy with no color. I live in S. Florida, so I don't know what shipping would be. Let's talk.
Cute, cute, cute, Becky!
Those are so adorable! It's awesome that you made them with reclaimed wood, too.
Those are very cute and you're a clever gal making them up!Tracey
cant wait for the tutorial love love!
becky! they are just too cute! I love the colors. I will be using some old fencing soon. (from that silly tree that fell on my fence/house) I think it would look really cute benches. hope you're having a great weekend!gail
oh how sweet!
Oh, I love those three little stools! So colorful and fun!Midge
Love Love them!
Wondering if you have made a tutorial for these yet?
Two 1x6 boards cut to your desired length. I did 14" cause thats what I had. Tow 1x3or 1x4 boards just shorter than 13" like11" is good. Two of the same size board but to 3.5" or a little longer and 4 boards at 9.25" for the legs. Assemble parts as you desire
Thanks so much for taking the time to comment, I really appreciate your kind words!