License Plate Garden Tool Box

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I bought a new saw that cuts metal and it opened up
a ton of new possibilities for my projects.

License Plate Garden Tote www.homeroad.net



 I created this license plate garden tool box
using 2 pieces of wood for the sides and one for the bottom. 

I cut a license plate in half using the metal blade on 
my new scroll saw and nailed them to the sides of the tool box.

License Plate Garden Tote www.homeroad.net

I drilled 2 holes in the top of the sides and 
attached a handle that I salvaged from an old sewing box.

The handle is held on with 2 bolts and nuts so it will fold down.

License Plate Garden Tote www.homeroad.net

I painted the tool box a pretty garden green leaving
the backs of the license plates unpainted for an industrial look.

License Plate Garden Tool Box www.homeroad.net

A cute little garden tote tool box
ready to fill with garden tools for the summer.

The drill is called the Rockwell Bladerunner,
this is not a compensated post, I just love the saw and 
it is perfect for my needs! 

Just thought you should know :)


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4 comments

  1. That is a super cute tote and now that you can cut metal your design possibilities are practically endless! Love it!

    Gigi @ Old World Patina

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  2. That is so creative, Susan! And I've been wondering what I could cut some old tin with..Thanks for sharing. Your projects are always so unique!

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  3. I think that is a great idea to put the board inside. I might try it by adding one to the outside and one to the inside and screwing them together. Your room turned out so pretty and this rolling basket just tops it off so well.
    DIY Project

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  4. This is adorable....I have trouble finding license plates (for cheap)....

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