I can’t help it; since last Friday, I have required every person who walks through the door to stop and admire our new honeysuckle coat hooks. I love them! Made from invasive bush honeysuckle, they are the epitome of a win-win project:
we cut down the invasive plants, and we made something both useful and beautiful from them.
Hurrah for Robin Chesnut-Tangerman who shared the idea, showed examples that he had made at home, and guided students through to the completion of the project.
Congratulations to the students who persevered through cutting, carving, sanding, oiling, drilling, and mounting.