Fruit and Vegetable Shelf

Hello,
Today I want to show you how two old fruit crates, two bars, three boards of a pallet and a bit of color builds a great fruit and vegetable shelf.
This will enrich our kitchen now.
two bars and two fruit boxes
three boards of a pallet
these three boards are screwed together. It is then a sign
for transmitting the original on the wood I use carbon paper. But there are other possibilities.
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my new Craft - Toolbox is always now in the process
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from inaccurate to imagine the characters creates a great looking ads, old effect. Almost as if it were sanded.
here's the finished fruit and vegetable shelf
Do you like it as good as me?

My DIY OL - Uwe
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  • Lucille Blanchard Lucille Blanchard on Dec 29, 2016
    Where did you find the crates? Please give more details as to how you put it together. I want to try to build one, we use a lot of fresh in my house.

  • Shirley Shirley on Feb 05, 2017
    Where did you find the crates to finish project?

  • Linda Brannen Linda Brannen on Jun 05, 2018

    You you never addressed how to put the stand together. How does the top crate stay up on stand, Etc. More info please on putting this together.

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  • Susan Susan on Dec 28, 2016
    I love this!!!

  • Joanie Joanie on Nov 05, 2019

    You got it!! This is it......now.....keep it in a COOL area.....the air can get thru, since the boards are separated......great! Now just remember onions and potatoes DO NOT mix. Lastly......and this is also a MUST. DARKNESS. Cover the entire boxes with a covering of some sort......It is like you're storing your veggies in an underground Root cellar. I have mine, similar to yours, in my Laundry room, which I keep the heat vent closed, for coolness and vented, covered boxes. I totally love yours!!!!!! I hope you take my advise, since I been around A FEW years..... Good Luck!!

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