Driftwood Toolbox Crate

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I made this made from driftwood... 

Pieces of wood, planks and boards
that floated ashore and were found on the beach. 

I love all the things you can do with crates and totes...

 I have crates for everything!

This box was made using driftwood from my
 Driftwood Hunt ... now that was fun!

This toolbox is almost 2 feet long and 5 inches wide.  

It is made of old, sun bleached boards.

It has a good solid old broom stick for the handle...

And vintage drawer pulls on each side for jewelry.

This is big, heavy and reminds me of the beach!

check out the nautical tag here

The perfect crate for anything!


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  1. Beautiful Susan, it's got the beachy vintage look I just love, love, love!

  2. Great tote, Susan! I could see using this to hold lots of things!

  3. I almost did this Pinterest Challenge thing, but couldn't get it together. Ahh...maybe the next one.:)

  4. I love rustic, old metal and any kind of container. This is great! I see it with blue ball jars and silverware for dining alfresco or changing up for different holidays. Very cute!

  5. Oh my...another great crate!!
    Love it!!

  6. cute! love yours and becky's boxes! I have an old wooden tool box that I've been trying to sell in my booth forever... but these are so much cuter! I think I'll have to whip some of these up! too cute!
    thanks Susan!

  7. Love your newest crate! Love the rustic look!

  8. Thanks for the shout out --love yours! I have made so many now, all sizes. They sell like crazy, so many uses!

  9. Pinned this too on my wood tote board.


  10. Susan,

    I LOVE this! You always inspire me! I love the metal corners you added on the other box you made!


  11. What a wonderful handmade crate. I especially love the touch on the sides of the drawer pulls. So great!

  12. Susan this is wonderful!! Saw your project on G+ and had to come over and read your tutorial :)

    xo, Tanya


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