Thursday, October 25, 2012

Add Cup Holders to your Resin Adirondack Chair

Add Cup Holders to your Resin Adirondack Chair






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Several years ago, I saw resin adirandack chairs with integrated (molded) cup holders. When I went back to the store to buy them, they had stopped carrying them, and have not been able to find them since. You can purchase add-on cup holders, but at $25 + shipping, that's more than you'll pay for the entire chair!

Here's a super easy way of adding cup holders to your chairs, and may actually be free!

Materials needed:
Plastic container(s) from 16 ounce cake frosting (free if you're already making a cake)

         Tools needed:
Marker, pencil, etc.
Drill
Jigsaw
File (optional)




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Place the plastic cup on the armrest. Be sure to center it left and right, as it will be a close fit.

Trace the bottom of the cup with a marker or pencil.

source:http://www.techshop.ws

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