<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=996690293685739&ev=PageView&noscript=1" />

My Outdoor Thinking Box

5,818 Views
In the beginning I had this fiberglass box that was given to me. I used it outside all year just to sit stuff on. Being fiberglass the weather didn't bother it. Then I decided to spruce it up.
I have so much of this and that stuff I decided to use it up on my box. So then I started.
First side started like this.
All five sides are done now I have to grout them all in. That will take a lot of time, but will post it when it's complete.
Now it makes a great outdoor thinking box.
Once it's grouted you will be able to see the subjects better. It's a little hard to see the crow picking at a log.
Getting ready for the final touches.

Ask the creator about this project

  • Janet Pizaro
    Janet Pizaro Smithtown, NY
    on Sep 2, 2015

    That is truly amazing.Im jealous.

    • Teri
      Teri Bellingham, WA
      on Sep 3, 2015

      @Janet Pizaro if your ever my way I would gladly teach you and have a crafty day together. lol

  • Hannah V
    Hannah V Brooklyn, NY
    on Sep 2, 2015

    This is SO cool!

    • Teri
      Teri Bellingham, WA
      on Sep 3, 2015

      @Hannah V Hi Hannah I didn't know how to send you a picture of just the box I started with. Thank you Teri.

  • Miriam I
    Miriam I Bay Shore, NY
    on Sep 2, 2015

    I love your creations!

    • Teri
      Teri Bellingham, WA
      on Sep 3, 2015

      @Miriam I Thank you I never knew what I was going to make on any of the sides. I just went for it and created tree's and birds.

  • Z
    Z
    on Sep 2, 2015

    Teri, I love ever single side! What a great inspiration this is. Thanks for sharing.

    • Z
      Z
      on Sep 3, 2015

      @Teri, I too love trees and birds too. We live on land that was once part of a tree farm. Sadly this area lost most of its scotch pines due to a fungus, which is what most of our land had on it. We've planted ten new trees with more planned to replace them so the birdies still have a place to nest.

  • Patricia
    Patricia Lebanon, OH
    on Sep 4, 2015

    Very beautiful and creative. Thanks for sharing your project.

Inspired? Will you try this project? Let the author know!