Member Since: 09/15/2009
Love how you did this...but do not know what the tea & vinegar technique is for aging wood....could you enlighten me?
Beautiful! My favorite has to be the St. Louis one, because that's where I am!! GO CARDS!!!
Love the colors & the style....good eye!!
Awesome!!! I love it!
I'm in St. Louis....did you happen to find this @ Gringo Jones'? (BTW....love this!)
An awesome antique bedwarmer! Need one now!!!
I think this would look great in a bar area! Maybe it could hold shot glasses, corkscrews, etc.
Absolutely love this collection, as I am in the medical field....one of my favorite pieces that I own is a medical book that dates back over 100 years!
An amazing transformation! How did you prepare the veneer surface & what type of paint was used??? Love it!
Shotgun shell casings for drawer pulls???? Awesome!!!
Absolutely gorgeous!!! Love the blue & white!
Reminds me of 1966, when my dad took us cross-country (Rte. 66)from St. Louis to L.A. in a '60 Chevy wagon (Mom & 7 kids!) Great memories!
From what I've seen on Antiques Roadshow, much dating is done by examining backgrounds, clothing/hair styles....in this case, hmmm....But a really cool pic!
I LOVE THIS!!!
Makes me wish I lived in Idaho...tell them to open a Missouri shop!
Very clever! Anything that is cast iron will withstand a lot of wind...and the jewelry is beautiful, too!
I REALLY love this Cardinal, as I'm in St. Louis & a huge Cardinals fan!!!
I like your choice of hardware; More streamlined, less chunky; Good job!
LOVE this retro chair!!!
Very clever! It's going to be a beautiful, romantic setting. Something like you might see on HGTV.
That turned out to be a beautiful piece!
I really like this, and may have to "borrow" the idea, also!
YES, I can feel the islands!!!!
I'm imagining taking a leisurely stroll in this yard..how inviting! Thanks for sharing.
How lucky you are! I love the style & best part...you didn't have to do a thing to it, except remove the outer covering...touche!
Very nice!!...but have to ask...what's with the "Bible Lotto"???
What an awesome idea! I like the wall mount better...may have to "borrow" this inspiration...Thanks for sharing!
Beautiful!! Are those keyholes in the centers of the drawers??
Love seeing your creations!
We didn't have milk delivered, but some of our neighbors did; what a great find!!
Agree with the others...more rust/distressed look....what were you charging??
Oh, I can't believe they would want to throw these away!! I recently received an old tin coffeepot that my parents used when we would go on camping trips years ago; It is a cherished item...not sure what I'll do with it, but right now is displayed in my kitchen. Those enamel ones rock!
Where is this???
This is an amazing project! Kudos!!
Hey, move this place to St. Louis! I would LOVE to shop here!!
Oooohhhh, nooooo, you didn't take the tithes box??? Very interesting & unusual piece!
That is absolutely supreme! I love doing mosaic tile & this is over the top, for sure...how long did it take?
I'll bet you have no trouble selling these!! Don't forget the kitties, though (I'm a cat-person)...
I have an old Radio Flyer wagon that I was using to tote dirt, plants, etc. around the yard, until one of the wheels broke. Now I have inspiration! Thanks!!
I can't believe you got that garden bench for $15!! Seems like everything in the St. Louis area is a bit pricey, even @ the Habitat re-sell store...I love it!! (but would expect to pay @ least $50 or up, here)
I love what you did with these tables!! Painting over the glass was sheer genius!!
I remember HoJo's very well! Love this creation (and the great prices). BTW, just a guess, but are you left-handed??? As a lefty, I noticed that your painting of letters appears to be from right to left, so as not to smudge the lettering.
All Beatles.....all the time!!! A girl after my own heart!
Love this! My son, dtr-in-law & granddtr. are in Pittsburg, KS, teaching @ the college (well, not my granddtr)...a really cool design! Thanks for posting...
This was so clever & creative...I love it!
Did you use the clear caulk? Was it easy to work with? Looks great!
WOW!!! Love it!!
Nice lookin' stash....you must be in the midwest; I'm in St. Louis & my yard is a swamp!
Beautiful mosaic work! Never thought about doing that with a toilet...am thinking that adding a fountain & placing it in a flower garden would really make it pop.....or something...
That is so tweet! Very creative!
I like that! And I have some chairs just like it...How did you secure the belts in place??? Very interested in making one.
A very beautiful piece...what a great find!
Always interested in seeing your posts....boggles the mind...so creative!
It's all about color...choosing the right one always difficult for me...this is bold & great!
Wish they had the Junk-fest in/near St. Louis....I am in LOVE with that kitty being held. Look at those eyes!! Can you tell, I'm a cat-lover??
Depends on how large they are & what they are made of; pic is great!
I would never have thought of placing this bike up there! You've got me thinking in other directions, now, thanks!
I really like this pond...hope to someday do the same.
Ooooh! Love the floor-length mirror! I have a fetish for mirrors, too!
Excellent!! I like the domino/tile table, too!
You GROW, girl!
I'd say that counts as a project; wish mine looked like that!
Oh, such cool stuff! And I like the Double Cola box, too...
Hard to find the blue ones...very nice!
He's a cutie!! Not spoiled, is he??
Looks nice! Can't put anything in my windows, either; windows are "cat television"!
This is awesome! Memories of Mercury & Gemini....
Nice! And gives me inspiration for my cookie cutters. BTW...Bubba is su"purrr"b!
Hey, you really ARE clever!!! Nice!
Wow! What patience (and strong fingers) you must have...looks wonderful!
What a neat idea!! Love the "marriage" of bulbs & shells; who woulda thought!
Outstanding! 12 circles, perfect clock! And red!!! love it....
What's that good-lookin' stuff on the plate??? Oh, and yes, that was a great idea, using the film canisters....excuse me, I need something to eat, now!
Wish I could discover a place like that around the St. Louis area!
I really like that! And it doesn't look too difficult...like the color & trim
Clever name! Always enjoy seeing your posts...
Wish I could train my husband to do that!!!
I like the burlap look, but find it to be too "scratchy" & not comfortable....you could go oriental, with a glossy red,with gold trim??? Waiting to see the finished product!!
Very creative for a 12-year-old! What kind of a grade did she receive???
Now you have me eyeballing old tool chests! Nice job.
Hey, Grasshopper! You've inspired me! That's beautiful. Thanks for the pic. Junqueartiste
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