Trunk and suitcase display

December 18th, 2011 in member junk     
grabe grabe, member
3 users recommend


Just fun stacking old pieces


Pattern or design used: My own design
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Comments (6)

Jan writes: A sprinkle of baking soda. Close it up, shake it up and let it sit for a few days. Another way to get rid of the smell is to leave it open out in the bright sun for a few days. Posted: 8:53 am on December 22nd
annebell writes: I love that little top one! I've been looking for one, but without luck. You have a fun collection!
Posted: 3:39 pm on December 21st
gamecockchic writes: I love this but I have a serious question. Everytime I find an old suitcase like these, they stink. They always smell musty or like mothballs. How to you get that smell to go away? Posted: 4:21 pm on December 19th
Cali_Junk writes: You can never have too many vintage suitcases.

Linda Posted: 7:36 am on December 19th
suewhitney writes: Old suitcases never get old. Does that make sense?! :)

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 7:27 am on December 19th
JunkArchitect writes: I love old suitcases...great display!

Jim
Posted: 2:40 pm on December 18th
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