The Green Demo crew brings more and more reclaimed materials into Action HQ everyday. The question becomes, what will we do with it? Do we reuse it as is? Can we salvage the good parts? Or better yet, lets get our creative juices flowing and make new items from old stuff!
We are now selling our creations online. Included in every purchase is a short introduction to the woodworker or artist who made the piece along with a story of where the material used came from. Below are some first examples, but keep your eyes peeled and check the website in the future for more awesome stuff to come!
Baseboard flower vases: made of wooden baseboard, removed from a green demolition site on Edgewood Ave in South Buffalo. Perfect for single flower center pieces. These were featured at the CCFA-WNY fundraiser Wine Down Wednesday and are soon to make an appearance at Allison and Kevin’s wedding in October! $15 each, $12 when you buy more than 10.
Coat Racks: Made from “Uncle Charlie’s old shelves”, these coat racks use painted pine, hemlock joists turned into pegs and buttons found on a demolition site in South Buffalo. Quick, easy, yet so crafty! $20/coat rack