Aah, Summer: A Few Projects

July 24th, 2010 in member junk     
MakinItHappen MakinItHappen, member
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These grinders were in that same box o junk I bought a while ago and referred to a in previous post. My kids want to know where the third chicken is. I just say I made sausage and ate it.
I was at a garage sale where a lady kept trying to give me a huge wooden peg rack. I said no, thanks, but Id sure like to have that old white board over there. Failing to see its beauty and potential, she happily let me cart it away.  This was inspired by bec4 and her hot tub towel holder, <http://www.junkmarketstyle.com/item/23996/a-pleasing-palette>
This is my version of the bird cage light that several members have done.
I lined it with Martha Stewarts glassine paper and inserted a nightlight bulb.
Heres my updated umbrella stand. Its a dairy can to which I applied beautiful tissue paper and ribbon, then sprayed clear Krylon over.
These grinders were in that same box o junk I bought a while ago and referred to a in previous post. My kids want to know where the third chicken is. I just say I made sausage and ate it.

These grinders were in that same box o' junk I bought a while ago and referred to a in previous post. My kids want to know where the third chicken is. I just say I made sausage and ate it.


Most of these projects were inspired by things I've seen others post (Thank you!!!) The fun never ends!


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Comments (6)

junkermidge writes: Too funny !!! So I bet that sausage was delicious!
Midge Posted: 4:58 pm on July 30th
chippingcharm writes: Everything looks great! Laurel Posted: 8:10 am on July 28th
Grasshopper22 writes: I like the bird cage light...great job on all the
junk! Posted: 7:13 am on July 26th
alicemom writes: Love the good jobs you have done.
smiles, alice Posted: 9:15 pm on July 25th
OnEaglesWings writes: I imagine she thought you were nuts that you wanted that piece of wood. I'da wanted it too! Love what you made with it. Posted: 8:43 pm on July 24th
artteachergirl writes: I have an old meat grinder, and have wanted to display it for years....thanks for the idea:-) Good job! Posted: 3:28 pm on July 24th
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