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Crafty DIY daughter reveals how she turned her dead mother’s pine bed into a memorial bench

The creative woman uses her dead mother’s wooden headboard and slatted bases to create a moving memorial bench for the garden

  • SJ Henderson, from London, was eager to find a way to pay tribute to her mother
  • I came up with the idea to adapt the furniture that her mother used the most
  • Turned her late mother’s bed into a moving memorial bench with her DIY skills
  • Photos show how she took the bed apart, simply used the footboard and the old slats and frame to make a sofa, before being painted white

A smart woman has revealed how she turned her late mother’s bed into a moving memorial bench with her DIY skills.

SJ Henderson, from London, was eager to find a way to feel close to her mom and pay tribute, and came up with the brilliant idea of ​​customizing the piece of furniture her mom used the most.

Go to Facebook group Extreme coupons and bargains, she shared an impressive before and after photo of her handiwork, with 15,000 likes and comments.

SJ Henderson, from London, was eager to find a way to feel close to her mom and pay tribute, and came up with the brilliant idea to customize the piece of furniture her mom used the most - her old pine bed, given

SJ Henderson, from London, was eager to find a way to feel close to her mom and pay tribute, and came up with the brilliant idea to customize the piece of furniture her mom used the most – her old pine bed, given

She added a heart emoji and wrote, “Deciding I needed something, made a garden memory bank out of my mom’s old pine bed.”

Sj posted a photo of the pine bed before taking it apart and posted a photo of the finished product.

She added a heart emoji and wrote, “Deciding I needed something, made a garden memory bank out of my mom’s old pine bed.”

Photos show how she took the bed apart, simply used the footboard and the old slats and frame to make a sofa, before painting it white.

She completed the clever tribute by adding a wooden heart as the centerpiece and painting the wods ‘Home is where the heart is’, with a heart on it.

She participated in Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains and shared an impressive before and after photo of her handiwork, with 15,000 likes and comments

She participated in Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains and shared an impressive before and after photo of her handiwork, with 15,000 likes and comments

She participated in Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains and shared an impressive before and after photo of her handiwork, with 15,000 likes and comments

And followers quickly flooded the post with compliments, with one writing: ‘Wow, this is great! Would like to make something like this in memory of my grandfather who I lost to COVID-19 on Wednesday evening.

The memorial bench of Sj

  1. Take the bed apart
  2. Use the headrest for the backrest, the slats and footrest for the chair
  3. Paint it and add a plaque

Another said, “What a great idea!” and one wrote: ‘OMG that’s been done great.’

“Absolutely beautiful, what a great idea,” said another, and one added: “This is not only a brilliant idea for a lasting memory, I’m going to have a little laugh with Mommy for a few minutes, it’s going to be a lot of fun … awesome’.

In response to the thousands of comments, Sj wrote: ‘Wow, I’m amazed Thank you very much for all the great comments and likes on my bench … it really made me laugh that so many people like it … Thanks’.

And followers quickly flooded the post with compliments, with one writing: 'Wow, this is great! Would like to make something like this in memory of my grandfather who I lost to COVID-19 on Wednesday evening.

And followers quickly flooded the post with compliments, with one writing: 'Wow, this is great! Would like to make something like this in memory of my grandfather who I lost to COVID-19 on Wednesday evening.

And followers quickly flooded the post with compliments, with one writing: ‘Wow, this is great! Would like to make something like this in memory of my grandfather who I lost to COVID-19 on Wednesday evening.

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