• Make Your Own Furniture Gag Gift Idea

    If you have access to a handful of acorns, you can create an absolutely hilarious Make Your Own Furniture Gag Gift. This is a great stocking stuffer or housewarming gift for first time home buyers.

    Idea #1:

    Take a box and label it "Unfinished" Furniture, add a couple pictures of furniture & write "Directions" at the top. Add a small branch, leaves & all.

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    Idea #2: MYO Furniture Gag

    Take a small box or gift bag and add a little plant pot,
    a baggie w/ 1 c. of potting soil, and several acorns. Write up some instructions:
    Plant acorns, wait 50 years, cut down tree, make furniture.

    Yield: 1 Bedroom Set, 1 Dining room set & 2 nightstands per kit.

    Comments 3 Comments
    1. OhPlatinumOne's Avatar
      OhPlatinumOne -
      Cute idea! I will have to do this for my sister-in-law's birthday!
    1. mamajeri's Avatar
      mamajeri -
      Love it - never seen this one before - too cute for the woodworker in your life!
    1. SpokaneLinda's Avatar
      SpokaneLinda -
      That's funny! I have to do this one for Christmas! I will giggle for days!


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