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Has anyone thought of using or have used old metal futon frames as fencing ?

Such as the one pictured , using the back and bottom part as fence?


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Can you weld for a super sturdy version? A couple of spear tips and some scroll work placed in ever other gap and you could have a pretty cool looking fence!
http://www.kingmetals.com/Catalog/ItemContent.aspx?ItemNumber=5158

On the more economical and non welding side, you could probably get some dollar store plastic spooky fence, cut it up, hot glue it on the frame and spray paint it black. Kinda like this, only the cheaper version...
http://www.partycity.com/product/cemetery+fences+29in+x+18in+2ct.do
 

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Can you weld for a super sturdy version? A couple of spear tips and some scroll work placed in ever other gap and you could have a pretty cool looking fence!
http://www.kingmetals.com/Catalog/ItemContent.aspx?ItemNumber=5158

On the more economical and non welding side, you could probably get some dollar store plastic spooky fence, cut it up, hot glue it on the frame and spray paint it black. Kinda like this, only the cheaper version...
http://www.partycity.com/product/cemetery+fences+29in+x+18in+2ct.do


No welding here
I do like the idea of scroll work in every other gap

I Just came across two frames so I figured I could try to use them with my columns, going to make shorter ones (half size) for each corner

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