A_time_to_keep

Coffeyville, KS, US
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Some more clock projects

Here are a couple clocks I made from pressboard 3-legged tables which I would pick up for pennies at garage sales.  I would paint them and then purchase an inexpensive clock kit...

Church Treasures

I love collecting treasures that are church related.  I'm not convinced that this type of collecting will ever catch on with everyone.  However, my husband is a pastor, so I have a huge...

From Church Chair to Bedside Table

I purchased a church chair at a garage sale for $5.00.  The chair had a deep well for the cushion to rest in and was a lovely solid oak chair all on its own.  However, I needed a bedside...

32" ceiling medallion becomes wall clock

On another garage saling adventure (is saling an actual word?), I purchased a brand new ceiling medallion for $3.00.  It still had the original receipt in the box for $89.00.  The ceiling...



Recent comments


Re: Benchs from headboard

I adore all of these. Good job.

Re: my fish chair

I'm with RustyDiva, sell them out of your driveway. They are too cute to keep hidden in the garage.

Re: Church Treasures

Well, Junkarchitect, your post cracked me up. You should have taken in all. Once, my Dad got pews from an old Catholic church that were beautiful with great carvings on the sides. He made them in to a headboard and footboard for their guest room. It's really cute. I'll have to post a picture of his creation.

Re: From Church Chair to Bedside Table

I was totally thrilled to see my table as Sue's pick for the day! What a huge confidence builder. Thanks to all for the encouragement. And to Heavenly Treasures, I am occasionally in Wichita and would love to stop by your booth. Thanks for the invite.

Re: Garden Fencing Bedrail

cute, cute, cute!!!

Re: From Church Chair to Bedside Table

Thank you all for your encouragement and words of affirmation. It was so fun to wake up this morning and see several encouraging comments and the warm welcome.