One of our favorite ReStore customers, Roger Spencer, created all of the birdhouses above from scrap wood he purchased at the ReStore. You’ll find Roger in the ReStore at least once a week checking out the recent donations to our lumber yard.
All aboard the Sherry Cummings Express. We are so impressed by this train Sherry and her husband crafted from ReStore wood, and we are thrilled that Sherry is now part of our team! She is remixing latex paint several times a week at the Charleston ReStore.
Beth Ann Walker won second place in the 2015 ReDesign by ReStore contest with this beautiful artwork.
She used $1.50 worth of scrap wood from the ReStore’s lumber yard to create a lovely piece for her niece, Alyssa. She assembled the multiple pieces of wood to create a flat panel and then painted a lovely scene of dandelions caught in a breeze.
Aimee Figgatt has so many skills. One is creating very popular crafts from scrap wood.
Shelly Nichols-Stanley used scrap wood and pallets to create a ReStore chicken coop. Didn’t she do a great job? We’re sure her chickens love their new nest.
Several years ago, Julie Greathouse made these incredibly clever holiday plaques from scrap wood and hardware. She then donated them to the ReStore. The sale of Julie’s generous donation made a nice little chunk of money for Habitat for Humanity of Kanawha & Putnam.
Visit our Scrap Wood Pinterest Board for more great project ideas.