Country Pie Cupboards - Each in a day's work

September 30th, 2010 in member junk     
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My first days work creation of a Country Pie Safe Cupboard
another angle of my first pie safe cupboard
This is the second Cupboard built from old wood
Another angle of the second Cupboard
And this image Friends, is one place I pick my wood from. 2 Acres, and Piles all over.
My first days work creation of a Country Pie Safe Cupboard

My first day's work creation of a Country Pie Safe Cupboard

Photo: www.SwampTreasures.com

This I would like to share with Ya'll

I've created two country pie cupboards, each in a day. The first image, was the first cupboard built. I took photos all along the process, which took up more time. So the second cupboard, I only photographed the completed piece.

I'll post random images of the creating.


Pattern or design used: My OWN Personal Design, as visioned in my head. Without a Plan!
posted in: member junk, vintage, wood, furniture, country, garden, outdoor spaces, kitchen, porch, farm, entry, bathroom, shelf, great room, traditional, sunroom, wire, mudroom, pie safe country cupboard barn wood folk art

Comments (18)

junkistah writes: your work is great! i wish i could have the second cupboard, love it!!! i wish i could also find wood piles like that in our place... Posted: 3:25 am on February 6th
SwampTreasures_com writes: Thanks SO MUCH for ALL your Kind Compliments. Makes me wanna go build more. Cept' I'm gonna create some country wall hanging shelves for a dealer friend of mine who can sell them for me.
Inbetween that time, re-modeling the kitchen/bath, garage, building another out building, as well as working on our web sites. And NOW, it's gettin' COLD, so it's on the hunt for fire wood. Gonna be a BIZZZY WINTER here in the Deep South Swamps.
Hope EVERYONE has a Great Day!! Posted: 5:51 am on October 6th
54girl writes: Great job!! Love, love the pie safe!! Very nice!! Mary Posted: 1:27 pm on October 5th
shabbychick writes: You did a fabulous job on your cupboards! It looks like you've got a great supply of parts - what fun!

Kathy Posted: 11:55 am on October 5th
SwampTreasures_com writes: We Do have Fun in the Swamps, especially when creative.
Though because it is Florida, the business is Under appreciated. Still, we try to work around that.
And Jim, I would sell you all wood etc. So WIN that lottery already. I have More Projects than the rest of my life would handle. And it Sure would be Nice to see this stuff going to someone who will bring it all back to life. By the way, how is Elephant's Trunk these days. I Sure Miss doing that market. I use to do very well. Usually sold out by the noon hour. I remember taking my big yellow school bus, which was loaded to the hilt, and sold ALL except two boxes of crap.
They were all over me like hungry antique dealers at a 8:00 am estate sale.
Miss those days..........
Thanks to All for your Very Nice Comments!!
And keep on Preserving our Past for our Future!!

Dennis Posted: 2:45 am on October 5th
JunkArchitect writes: Dennis, you're in Florida and I'm in Connecticut...it's a crying shame. As soon as I win Lotto I'll fly down, buy a huge pickup truck and fill it up with all that great wood.

Jim

Posted: 6:24 am on October 4th
OnEaglesWings writes: Great job....looks like fun in the swamp! Posted: 5:01 am on October 4th
SwampTreasures_com writes: Where are you at Jim?
I like what you do too! Pretty KOOL Folk-Art!

If you only seen the objects I've collected to create with.
I like RUST, anything Rusty. Amongst MANY OTHER CraZy Things.

As time goes on, like you, I'll be sharing my creations and ideas. It's all about salvaging our history, for the future history.
Thanks for the Compliments Jim!

Dennis Posted: 2:41 pm on October 1st
JunkArchitect writes: Your cupboards are amazing. It's a good thing I'm not your neighbor with all that great wood you have scattered around...I'd buy it ALL!

Jim
Posted: 1:17 pm on October 1st
SwampTreasures_com writes: For those of you who might be interested, here is a link to a web page I built, showing the stages of building these cupboards. You'll find it quite Interesting.
I Do Look Forward to Ya'll'z Input!
Thank You and Enjoy!
http://www.floridapast.com/swamp-treasures.html Posted: 11:14 am on October 1st
SwampTreasures_com writes: Oh, I Do "watch" the "nails" Been there and done did that! ;(
Especially using old rusty nails. Though, I've found they are Much Stronger and Much Better than ANY NAIL of today.

I'm Very Appreciative of your Compliment!

In a day or so, I'll have a web page of these creations for Ya'll to look enjoy.

Currently working on it this moment.
I HOLD OVER 35 OCCUPATIONS. And MASTER AT ALL.
But that's another book.

Ya'll have Fun Preserving our Past through Junk'in!!!

There is No better! Posted: 7:36 pm on September 30th
BillyJo writes: Super workmanship. Watch the nails!! :} BillyJo Posted: 6:16 pm on September 30th
SwampTreasures_com writes: It makes me feel Really Good reading all Ya'llz' comments.
Even if not for the money, the patt on the back is Priceless. So again, THANKS SO MUCH EVERYONE!!

By the way, in case anyone is interested, I have been known to build this style cupboard to order. Let me know if you want one. Any Size.
Or, I can SELL MY ENTIRE STOCK of Old Building Materials, and one of you can create.
I just have WAYYYY TOO MANY Junk'ins in the works.
Wait until you see my SwampTreasures. All from materials that Mother Nature supplied.

MUCH THANKS TO ALL!!
Enjoy! Posted: 2:17 pm on September 30th
cherishd writes: Oh... What a great job! Your cupboards are adorable! Would love to have one! Thanks for sharing! Posted: 12:49 pm on September 30th
RustyDiva writes: Great job!! Posted: 12:22 pm on September 30th
SwampTreasures_com writes: THANKS SO MUCH for your Kind Compliments!
I just sold both of these, not more than 10 minutes ago.

Looks like a trip back to the wood piles.

Who knows, I may sell all my wood/hardware/screen/nails and things that a creative mind could really do something with.

My wood supply is a 20 plus year accumulation from dis-mantled local FloridaPast buildings. Through the years, Many pieces were created.

I'll set up a web page for Ya'll to view the steps in making these, with some comments about.

Hope Ya'll have a GREAT DAY! Posted: 11:22 am on September 30th
TracyMB writes: You did a fabulous job!! LOVE your wood shoppin' store too! :) Think they'll open up a chain? :) Posted: 10:56 am on September 30th
MakinItHappen writes: Those cupboards are gorgeous! Wish I had a source of old wood like that. Posted: 9:10 am on September 30th
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