I’ve been trying really hard to not bring anything home that I don’t have a project in mind. It’s difficult, but hey! it’s a start, right? Because of that I’m combining two months of recent finds into one post.
A neighbor dismantled an old table and brought me the legs. Isn’t it funny-I have a reputation of re-homing junk!
This is not really a find, well sort of. I “found” it while cleaning out the shed when I organized the garage.
My neighbor Rodney brought me this pallet. I’ve already used it to make a half pallet coffee cup rack.
This hollow core door was found on the side of the road while on a walk with Lulu Mae. I’ve already repurposed it into a repurposed door chalkboard.
I guess my daily walks are doing more than just improve my health! I also found these unwanted porch posts on a walk. I made one of them into a porch post coat rack. All of these projects sold at Glendale 2017.
During a quick trip to my booth at Vendors’ Village I found this broken cane chair. It was a good deal and very pretty—I just couldn’t pass it up. Maybe I should learn how to cane? I’ll probably repurpose it in some other way. Do you have any suggestions?
Rodney was given a bunch of pallets. He was kind enough to share some of the boards with me. I look forward to using them someday soon to make something fun.
Have you been junking or thrifting lately?