I made this last year for my butcher scene, out of great stuff and a dollar tree cooler:I also made these out of dollar tree coolers and UV paint. They're filled with ice and beers, and all the beers have the labels swapped for mad scientist labels, like "truth tonic" and "zombie virus." I wasn't all that happy with these to be honest, so I ended up discarding them after the party. Still, they were fun to make.
Hey everyone! I snatched up about 10 of these from Dollar Tree and thought I'd share my ideas with them. You all have brilliant minds, so I'm sure you can figure out some pretty amazing things to do with these!I think the idea in that one is pretty obvious - use the cooler as a base for stones.But the lids! OH! The lids! I wish I had seen this sooner!Can you imagine these for mausoleum stones (is that even what they're called?)?I'm pretty stoked about this, thoug
"Line your cooler with Reflectix (aluminized bubble wrap). You can find it at most home improvement stores. It was invented to insulate homes and buildings. Smart campers came up with the idea to use Reflectix to keep the heat out and the cold air in coolers. Cut the Reflectix into pieces that fit, lining the inside of your cooler, including the top/lid. You can even throw a sheet of Reflectix over the outside of your cooler to further insulate it."
This rustic looking farm table is perfect for outdoor parties in your yard, and it will keep your drinks cool with its inbuilt cooler. The best part is it's easy and cheap to build! To learn how it's made view the full album of the project! go here: http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/yskk
What teacher would't like to have a pretty bouquet of flowers on their first day back to school? This DIY Back to School Teacher Gift is easy to make and inexpensive, but will be sure to bring out a smile.