Thursday, June 21, 2012

What To Do With It Wednesday?!- on Thursday

I blame being born two weeks late on my never ending tardiness. So, "What to do with it Wednesday" might sometimes show up on Thursdays but I'm guessing never a Tuesday! ha

Before I get to the blog, I want to talk about what we did last night. We went to see a sneak peak of the Indianapolis International Film Festival line up for the festival this July. It was awesome! I'm so excited to go check out the movie line up! We got to vote for which trailers we got to see and let's be honest, they all looked AH-MAZE-ING. I was most excited to see the trailer for Video Stop. It looks REALLY GOOD! Click here to read more about this movie.

We were also out with a dear friend and really funny comedain Matt Holt. Check out Matt Holt Comedy and DEMAND (don't just ask, DEMAND) that he be booked at a comedy joint near you. Esp if you are in the midwest.  Matt is going to be moving to L.A. in November and you really don't want to miss out. He might just get to big for Indy! :)


So now onto the blog blog and "What to do with it Wednesday". Like I said before, I'm sure like every good hoarder crafter, we buy stuff that we think is a GREAT idea at the time, only to sit back and wonder what were we thinking? It can be big or it can be little. It has to be something you don't really want to donate/re-donate to Goodwill.

So for my second"What to do with it Wednesday" I picked my "new" outdoor lounge chair.







At $2 dollars it was a steal!  (She wanted $3, I asked for a $1 but we agreed on $2) I'm making and outdoor living area on our deck (pictures when I'm done) I thought this would be PERFECT to have so I can sit on the back porch and read my book. Two problems....

The small problem is that its missing a bar on it. I don't want my booty to fall to the ground but I think that can be easily fixed with a cord or just moving the foot bar up.

The big problem is I didn't now how expensive outdoor cushions are. I just can't bring myself to spend $50 or more on a cushion for a chair that cost me $2.

So, the questions becomes....What do I do with it? Does anyone have any ideas on how to make an outdoor cushion? Should I just spend the money since I saved on the chair? Any other ideas what to do with it? Basically, what to do with it?

AHHHHH WHAT SHOULD I DO WITH IT?

2 comments:

  1. JoANN Fabrics sells cushions, if you can find a coupon it's worth it.

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  2. I should specify, they are of the make your own variety. Or you could try Garden Ridge. ♥

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