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one more junk chime

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When this 10 year old lounge chair finally bit the dust, I took it all apart, saved the springs, metal strips, wood, and wheels for future projects. This is the first! Gonna need to get a bigger...

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Fire-Planter

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What I have here is an old fireplace insert which I have used for a flower box. I lined the inside with a metal box to keep the dirt in.

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Is there an Architect, errr, Architecture in the House!

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Do you have a new home and want to add some vintage charm to it? Add some architectural elements!

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FIREPIT SCREEN CHANDELIER

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What do you do with a rusted out firepit spark screen?  Simple.  You remove the decrepid screen, invert the screen frame, add a tempered piece of glass, some old chain, and candles for your...

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Trellis

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I needed another trellis in the garden for my Aunt Shirley Squash (syrian Summer Squash) to grow up on. I had these plastic border fence pieces I bought at a yard sale some time ago, so I stuck...

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old barn door turned outside shower wall / hall tree

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i found this old wood door in a trash pile - i think it was originally a sliding door on either a barn or garage - it still had the slide hardware at the top - i cleaned it and waxed it - i thought i...

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No Empty Nest Blues for Me!!

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My son moved into his first apartment! No empty Nest Blues for Me! I turned his bedroom into a beautiful showcase for my antiques, vintage and cool junk finds!

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Utensil Holder - Old Heavy Lard Press

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We picked this up for $4.00 from an older lady who did not want to keep lifting it into her truck. We tried different things inside of it but you could not fully see it so we decided to use it in our...

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"Gall"-y, it's s bird!

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Take a beautiful, rusty cog, a few oak galls, glue, and an old vase, and what do you get? a sweet little bird in a nest!

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Can you tell what these are?

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I found the metal fan blade holders at my local flea market. I just loved them. But what to do with them? Turn them upside down & have great towel holders. They are dated 1898.

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Bathroom with a past...

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My late husband was the BEST junker ever, and because I collect elephants, he came home one day with this antique "elephant" toilet and the oak box to go with it. He had to make his own plumbing to...

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Vintage Glass Insulators Make Great Candles Holders!

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we were never quite sure what to do with this terrific stash of vintage glass insulators... until our craftsmen came up with this fun idea... perfect for a garden party!  a standing candelabra...

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Little BlueBird on my shoulder, Zippity Do Da, Zippity Yay .. Some Old Stuff

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My Junking Friend, Kathryn K. has since closed "Sophie's Nest" in Austin, I was delighted to find her back in business at an Antique Mall...sporting some of the little pretties that I crafted for her...

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My Love for Junk is on the Rise!

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When you're having a party, why not bring out the Junk for jazzing up your table?

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A Precious Gift

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I received this wonderful Wisdom Gal from Jenny K last night and I love her and will cherish her forever!

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Another Bird Feeder

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A cute bired feeder that the squirels are convinced I made especially for them; they fit perfectly into the little hopper under the roof & help themselves to only the best seeds (and scatter all...

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My little red wagon - repurposed and happy to hold some fun goodies.

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inspired by May 2008 Country Home JunkMarket project....

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Art with Heart Show concluded...Upcycling in Georgetown, Texas

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While I focus mainly on upcycling items into functional forms (furniture), it is fun to play with bits and pieces to make playful sculptures.  I was inspired by Anthony Pack, of Kansas City, who...

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Put a Little Spring in Your Christmas . . .

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This is a project I've shown before, but being the holidays I decided to change it up a bit and get into the spirit of things!

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A Rustic Junky Holiday Tablescape

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Welcome to a  "Rustic" Junky Holiday!  What is a rustic junky holiday? Well, it's a mix of rustic items with Grandmother's china and your fine Waterford crystal. You heard me right...

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