(Read Lost and Found)
However I did find some things.
I have cleaned, sanded, and painted fifteen crates - will reveal the reason soon.
My next door dealer at the mall offered this beauty at a bargain price.
She has been sanded but not painted yet.
The dresser, not Pamn.
A toolbox never finished.
A brass urn.
A binocular case.
A distressed metal file box.
All will be sold.
A big bin of cabinet paint samples.
I plan to make small signs with some and sell the rest for customers to create their own.
The problem is the giant sticker of info on the back of each one.
It took thirty minutes to remove ONE!!!
A stack of buckets from Hobby Lobby.
They will not look like this for long.
Guess who stopped by the other day with another bucket of horse shoes?
He promises to bring me something special the next time he is in the neighborhood.
I will have to look carefully at the marks on the bottom of this tray.
It might be real silver.
It does not matter - I am a sucker for engraved trays.
Mr. - Mrs. S.S. Westcott
By The Church School Teachers Association
Church Of Our Saviour
June 5th - 1925
A saltine tin - keep.
A blue suitcase - paint.
A Remington - already at Booth W-10.
Nassau Beach Hotel hanger.
An electric altar candle - even the votive has a bulb in it. Great details. I do not dare plug it in.
Whisk broom, dust pan, two rulers, tape measure, green sanding block.
Found in the trash at an estate sale.
A bag of cookie and biscuit cutters.
A belated Valentine
If some of the pics seem familiar, it is because I have gone to the dark side after being coerced by friends to join Instagram.
I am not quite sure what I am doing, but I have followers and people look at the photos on there.
|My Etsy shop is on vacation so I can clean up a bit and clear out items lingering too long.|
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