Woman turns 110yo tree into a free little library and it’s perfect

Written by Logical Men

Many people are creative and they are often thought to be creative intrinsically. However, this can’t be true because many things can be taken into a better perspective once someone does the required practice. It’s often said that practice makes a man perfect. This is true because every skill is hone once someone gets indulged into it with all the love and affection. This woman’s story is the story of love and perfection. she obviously wanted something better, she planned for it and later obtained it. The pictures of her creativity had become popular on the internet. Everyone is going mad with the art she has shown on a tree.

Woman creates her own, free and unique library in the stump of a tree

This Little Free Library is a nonprofit organization which aims to provide people with books and good stuff. Reading is a good habit as it is a sort of exercise for the brain of the people. Since the year 2009, the organization has helped install over 75.000 libraries in 88 countries and has exchanged millions of books annually. This is something of an amazing achievement.

Sharlee Armitage Howard, shared the picture of a tree stump. She worked on a project which might seem little from the outside but it’s something which needed creativity. She shared the post on Facebook saying:

OK, this project isn’t quite finished…but I can’t wait to share it. We had to remove a huge tree that was over 110 years old, so I decided to turn it into a little free library (which I’ve always wanted). Here it is (minus some cleanup, vegetation and trim work)!

The post received 13k comments and around 84k likes. this isn’t a small number keeping in view that she isn’t a celebrity
Another view of the library which shows that how majestic it would be to open it and read some books. The books in the shelves are quite visible.

These details were later shared on the Reddit and people were amazed with the amount of hard work which was involved in this library. One person wrote, “It’s like a house of horrors for trees. Inside the corpse of their former comrade are the processed remnants of their tree brothers and tree sisters. A literal treehouse of horror.

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