January Wreath Change-up

December 29th, 2011 in member junk     
NDJunkGirl Andrea Miller, contributor
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This old pulley hung perfectly on an old grain door from dads farm.  Thanks for saving it for me, dad!
Love the details and hardware on the old door...
Since I didnt want to buy another wreath, this frostly-looking garland will do the trick. 
Love the fun jar on casters purchased at JunkFest 11...
My old metal tool box filled with whitery trees will remain on the mantel for the rest of the winter season.
Photo: Andrea Miller

From garland to new wreath!


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Andrea Miller
posted in: member junk, seasonal, vintage, wood, artwork, funky, glass, industrial, candle holder, , country, whimsical, family room, white, frame, living room, dining room, great room, silver-metallic

Comments (13)

NDJunkGirl writes: Happy January!

To answer your question, SantaClaus, no, the jar isn't glued on to the wheels. Not sure what the casters would have held, but the jar fits perfectly on it - no chance of it falling off so safe to light. Like I mentioned, I bought it at JunkFest 2011! It was a "must have" item!

-Andrea Posted: 8:42 am on January 8th
SantaClaus writes: Love it - is the jar glued on to the wheels?
Posted: 8:34 am on January 8th
Funky_Junk_Donna writes: Outstanding! That pulley just takes it over the edge. The tool box with trees is totally sweet... want!!

Donna Posted: 11:32 pm on January 7th
rustiqueart writes: wow! okay now I just have to climb up in my oak tree in the back yard to get my old pulley down. this is a wonderful way to display a vintage pulley. Posted: 11:49 am on January 5th
annebell writes: I LOVE this! Not only is the entire display great looking, it's also very cool that the door came from your dad's farm. Posted: 10:03 pm on January 2nd
emw1203 writes: Looka really nice all combined like that. What a clever idea for a wreath. Love the jar on wheels as well. Posted: 2:22 pm on January 1st
CottageElements writes: Lots of fun things in this post, Andrea! I have a thing for old doors, no matter where they come from, but love how sentimental this piece is, too. Hope you had a fabulous Christmas!

Lani Posted: 8:13 pm on December 30th
NostalgicSummer writes: Very well done! And so nice to have that fantastic old door from your Dad's farm. Posted: 3:19 pm on December 30th
Junkpony writes: Wow...love this. The garland looks great against the wood and iron. Posted: 11:55 am on December 30th
JunkArchitect writes: The grain door is perfection and the pulley turns it into a masterpiece!

Jim
Posted: 8:59 pm on December 29th
JunkSituation writes: Iron junk is so fun to work with.... very nice !
Tammy
Posted: 1:21 pm on December 29th
gadgetsponge writes: Super compilations! That pulley is a gem and you just can't reproduce what nature does to old wood like that. The metal toolbox and jar on casters both play well with the garland fixture. Posted: 7:19 am on December 29th
oldnews writes: It's beautiful! I love the jar on wheels!! Too cute!! Marie Posted: 6:30 am on December 29th
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