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In regards to posting the link, it was just a picture I took from something not related to what it reads on the picture itself. I actually tried to go on that link/blog, and I did not see this ottoman there. If anyone will like to venture on it, in the picture itself, it has an address of a link that reads: nitochka09.ru/blog/
http://nitochka09.ru/blog I wish this was in English. Looks as though there some awesome crochet patterns.
Sharron I'm mot sure you'd feel the bottles even with the cardboard because of the padding, but I do believe (strongly) that the cardboard would break down within a few times of use and destroy the integrity of the shape. I didn't think about last night, but I'm sure now you'd have to use both wood on the top and bottom unless you used quite a few layers of corrugated cardboard. Ofcourse that would make the footstool taller.
Love the idea of casters~!
By the way, I as well as Sharron, W. thought it was wood used, and not cardboard.
The sand is the cheapest alternative, but I agree with you Sharon that it would weigh a ton :)
Check this too .... http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/plastic-bot... .... it's plastic bottoms turned into wall ornaments :) It gathers dust, but since it is plastic it is easy to clean.