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    oooh genius repurpose! Old filing cabinet + spray paint = raised planting bed. I might add that packing peanuts make a good filler for the bottom of deep containers, then just put your potting soil on top. Makes for good drainage too.

    • Audrey Frampton

      old filing cabinet turned into raised bed. I have an old desk I could turn into an extra garden bed. Perfect.

    • Tracy

      That's an awesome idea. Upcycle an old file cabinet for new raised garden bed. ($10 on craigslist)...I think I have one in the garage.

    • Catharina Wihamre

      That's an awesome idea. Upcycle an old file cabinet for new raised garden bed.

    • Rachel Warren

      via @Mary Bigelow : upcycle old file cabinets for a new raised flower bed

    • Old Cottonwood

      upcycle old file cabinet for new raised garden bed.

    • Robin Richmond

      Turn an old file cabinet into a raised garden bed.

    • Melissa Hanns

      Filing Cabinet Planter Box. Must do, must do!

    • Lorraine Richardson

      Upcycle Old File Cabinet for Outdoor Planter

    • Sue Felt

      Filing Cabinet Planter Box. Brilliant!

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