Statue of Libery's Arm and Torch by Leo Sewell. This 40' sculpture is made entirely of discarded toys and games is housed in Philadelphia's Please Touch Children's Museum. It is a same size adaptation of the Statue of Liberty's original arm and torch was displayed in 1876 to raise funds for its pedestal.
An old drawer attached to a bed footboard is now a windowbox planter.
Tin can flower pots can be attached to a wall. I also put a small succulent in a small tin can as a party favor.
Bathtub containers are attractive either painted, or plain.
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