Tool Caddy From Recycled Wood

Tool Caddy From Recycled Wood

As you will see from the photos, this little toolbox is truly multi-functional.  I enjoy using it around the house in different ways and change it up often.

Tool Caddy From Recycled Pallet Wood

 

 

 

I made this from yet, more pallet wood.  I didn’t want to add any paint because I loved the weathered look.  The brown bottles I used are recycled supplement bottles.

Tool Caddy From Recycled Pallet Wood

Tool Caddy From Recycled Pallet Wood

You can fill it with goodies you love and it takes on a new life.

Tool Caddy From Recycled Pallet Wood

Who can resist a sweet daisy?

Tool Caddy From Recycled Pallet Wood

Tool Caddy From Recycled Pallet Wood

 

  If you had one, what would you put in it?

For more ideas on decorating with a tool caddy, check out Savvy Southern Style.

 

 

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  1. Vee, this is so cute!!! If I had one I would probably keep fresh towels in it in my guest room – the rustic look would be perfect for the decor I have in there!
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    Vee Reply:

    Aha! A great idea. I have a guest coming tomorrow as a matter of fact. Maybe I will give your idea a try. Thanks for the idea and comment.

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  2. I have a mixture of Snap-On, Mac, Craftsman and S-K from my long-ago auto-wrenching days. However, I recently had to outfit a new toolbox for a new truck and wound up buying Craftsman socket and combination wrenches in the box. I’d suggest you consider that because:

    1. The quality, while not Snap-On level, is very good for the price. I gotta say, if you put breaker bars on and bust a socket, you really have nothing to complain about. (see #3 below)

    2. They’re frequently on sale at very good prices.

    3. Although the Craftsman tools you buy today are not as good as what you bought 30 years ago, the warranty hasn’t changed.

    For the mix of price, quality and warranty (and the ease of getting the warranty honored), I’d think hard about Craftsman. Just don’t buy anything with a cord attached to it

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