I have a habit and I have it bad.
The habit of twice weekly trips to the Habitat Restore.
If you are lucky to have one near you, you know what I mean.
Like this transom window from an old house.
Someone painted it brown and yellow which is fine with me.
Now available in Booth W-10.
The red ladder would be perfect for hanging swimsuits to dry this summer.
An old rake - I need the head.
The two troughs.
Not the radiator water can I spy under the boxwood. I was busy turning everything over before rain came.
A coffee can filled with faucets.
A lovely basket.
A doll - I saw a project idea in the latest Jeanne D'Arc Living.
Not really cricket boxes, but close enough.
When the Etsy shop comes back from vacation, they will be listed.
I am way behind photographing my merchandise.
A blogger at a party last week had a great way to upcycle these wide framed cardboard prints.
I thought I saved the post, but I cannot find it.
My take is slightly different.
UPDATE: It was Julie at Renaissance Mermaid
who had the Anthro-inspired Upcycled Vintage Art using the wide frames.
A bunch of tools.
Some quite ancient.
A log bird feeder.
I see possibilities.
The best things about spring?
Daylight Savings Time.
Warm, sunny weather.
Walking out to new blooms each morning.
My Chinese Fringe Flower (loropetalum) is in full bloom.
Don't forget to mark your calendars for the annual Magnolia Ridge Antiques and Art Gathering!
|My Etsy shop is on vacation so I can clean up a bit and clear out items lingering too long.|
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