Cute Little Free Library Design Ideas, Recycling for Gifts and Yard Decorations
Welcoming Free Library, design idea by Karen Brunner, Hudson, Wi
Design ideas fly freely from place to place, transforming countries, towns, and small villages. Little Free Library is the book-sharing movement that changes the world. Creative design ideas turn recycled crafts into beautiful art. Recycling wood for building Little Libraries is a great way to make yard decorations and eco gifts. Here are inspiring design ideas for recycling and exploring your artistic nature.
The worldwide movement involves people who like to design, build, and read. Everyone shares ideas with neighbors to create a stronger community. Little Libraries are perfect gifts and yard decorations. These DIY building projects can surprise your kids and parents and offer beautiful ideas for spending quality time with your friends. Check out the fabulous designs below, get inspired and make it an afternoon project with people you love.
Use salvaged wood, tree trunks, old suitcases, any other recycled materials if you can to give a chic eco touch to your projects. Demonstrate your Green living attitude and creative recycling techniques while building unique Little Libraries. Build a robust and durable design and finish the Library to last. Use screws rather than nails, and several coats of stain, paint or sealer to keep your design looking attractive for a long time.
Waterproof your Little Free Library, especially if you have built your Library and are experiencing frequent problems like condensation forming inside the Library, leaks or paint fading.
Unleash your imagination, design something original and innovative. Here are beautiful inspirations. See what others have built and know that no matter how skilled or amateur you think you are, there is someone out there just like you.
Save your design, ideas, plans, document how you built it and share with the world. It will help others to make more beautiful Free Libraries, bringing positive changes and more fun into modern life.
by Ena Russ
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