I had seen something similar to this on Pinterest and loved it straight away. They had made theirs using an esky. I wanted to try and make mine a bit different. I chose to go for a small stand up freezer rather than a fridge because a fridge will have bottle storage in the door which would take up space inside the esky. The freezer was flush so it worked perfectly.
Thanks for sharing your project with us @AnitaH25. It looks like you have a lot of creativity and experience to share. We look forward to seeing more of your handiwork soon. I also hope you get lots of inspiration and advice from other Workshop community members.
Welcome to the community.
Thank you for your kind words. I have only been doing this for 4 years and I am self taught. Wish I was an experts. It is groups like this that help others. Thank you for the invite.
I've only just joined the "Workshop" and was looking around when your project appeared. A very nicely worded and photographed presentation. I am at the other end of the age spectrum, however, am always keen to see new ideas. Your project appears to be well thought out and methodically undertaken. Like Jason has said, I hope you can receive and absorb as much information and inspiration from the "Workshop" as it appears you are likely to give. Thank you for the inspiration you have given me.
Many thanks for joining in the discussion @Pete4000. Great to have you as one of our latest Workshop community members. I look forward to reading about your projects and plans. Please feel free to post whenever you need assistance or have something to share. And do let me know if you ever have any suggestions about how we can make Workshop even more useful for you.
Thank you Pete, very nice of you to say. I love trying to come up with different projects you dont see everyday. And making them out of recycled materials to keep my costs very low if one of my main aims in my DIY projects.