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January 10th, 2010 in member junk     
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This is the wall in the kitchen that we covered with dairy parlor wood and tin, shiny side out..This calender was also made of scrap wood and keeps us organized.
This is the underside of the cabinets in the mixer ares I love the look of the new cabinets with the old tin. Tin was free to us of COURSE~!
This is the door that I salvaged from Chaska Mn. about 8 years ago and I hauled it to KS and display my sons pictures and an old flag is hung behind it as a backdrop..
This is the buffet that my grandparents used to have. Its at the end of the hallway at our house, where we display more patriotic things as well as our sons photos and other whole family photos on this old window. Its perfect as I can just tape them up there and then switch them in and out.
This is the wall in the kitchen that we covered with dairy parlor wood and tin, shiny side out..This calender was also made of scrap wood and keeps us organized.

This is the wall in the kitchen that we covered with dairy parlor wood and tin, shiny side out..This calender was also made of scrap wood and keeps us organized.


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Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Donald and Pamela Thompson
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Comments (5)

Prior writes: My husband is retired Air Force. I love the patriotic displays and a heartfelt Thank You to anyone is your family who is serving. Lezlee Posted: 9:16 pm on January 11th
suewhitney writes: Great post! Thanks so much for giving us a peek inside your home. Love it all, but the tin is too cool for school.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 9:45 am on January 11th
chippingcharm writes: Wow...you and your hubby make a great team...love the mix of recycled woods and metals you've used through-out. Thanks for sharing your home with us and your brave sons with our country! Thoughts and prayers, Laurel Posted: 8:08 am on January 11th
junkermidge writes: I really like the way you've used the tin in our home.
Midge Posted: 9:43 pm on January 10th
alicemom writes: Glad you dragged the door. It a bute. I love all your salvage
stuff. The tin is wonderful too.
smiles, alice Posted: 7:43 pm on January 10th
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