Bucket Seats from Room 4 Imagination.  Easy and cheaper than crates?

bucket seat storage (for toys?) try jigsawing two circles from plywood for lid large for on top of buckt and one smaller so it doesn's slide since lids are so hard to get off!

Tales of the Sartells: 5 Gallon paint bucket stools- father/daughter project

Tales of the Sartells: 5 Gallon paint bucket stools- Like this way of making stools, but make sure cushion fills entire lid.

These paint bucket seats were super easy to make for my classroom kids. These DIY stools were a great idea for seating for my students.

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These paint bucket seats were super easy to make for my classroom kids. These DIY stools were a great idea for seating for my students.

Paint bucket seats: Go to Lowes and get the grey bucket $3ish and the white cheap lid for under $2. I bought a box of the 10 inch cake round cardboard pieces because I didn't want to cut them. Then I bought a twin size egg crate at Walmart for $10. And fabric and ribbons. Use washi tape to cover the edge of the white lid. Use your lid as a template and draw a circle on egg crate. Layer the foam lumpy down, glue to board. Wrap fabric and staple. Glue it all to the lid!

Paint bucket seats: Go to Lowes and get the grey bucket $3ish and the white cheap lid for under $2. I bought a box of the 10 inch cake round cardboard pieces because I didn't want to cut them. Then I bought a twin size egg crate at Walmart for $10. And fabric and ribbons. Use washi tape to cover the edge of the white lid. Use your lid as a template and draw a circle on egg crate. Layer the foam lumpy down, glue to board. Wrap fabric and staple. Glue it all to the lid!

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