I told him if you haul junk older than yourself, you always look young!
So what did I buy this week?
I rescued the folding metal chair from the scrap heap. I think I can wire it back together enough to hold a plant.
A wire freezer basket.
Two wicker baskets.
Two badminton rackets in a double racket press.
I had a pair like this until we all removed the wheels from our skates to make skateboards from odd pieces of wood.
The skateboards cost us nothing except the skin from our knees and elbows.
A homemade candlestick table.
The giant potato masher is actually a dry wall mud mixer.
A stack of bank bags - both small for coins and large for bills.
A couple of wooden boxes.
An orange Japanese tin.
A See's Candies tin
Three small metal planters.
Finally - a pizza peel.
Two nice drawers.
A small creamer.
An English tea tin.
A box of old textbooks.
An official Pepsi jeans jacket.
Two round floral prints from the 1950's.
Close up of the drawer fronts.
A pair of metal pantry doors with delightful avocado and gold decals.
I have a definite idea for these.
Just as soon as I can get the packing tape off without marring the painted finish.
A tool caddy.
A nesting box for a chicken coop. (Thanks, Olive Out on Instagram and Joe on Instagram!)
A primitive crate
A concrete Mary who fits perfectly in the primitive crate.
Two pointed shutters/gates made from fence sections.
It seems I had a two by two theme this week.
I have managed to get half my finds sanded, cleaned and painted.
An April Fool? Not me!
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