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More of last weekend’s stuff

MCM bullet planter

Little shelves from “Mother’s”. A thick wooden box, a basket shaped napkin holder and a little dog key holder.


A bagful of heater bricks. Nine, I think. From “Mother’s”. The wooden, stick on letters were from the thrift store.


Antique medicine cabinet from “Mother’s”. Wonder who that is riding by in the red car?


Hooked rug from an estate sale.


Watering cans and well buckets from “Mother’s”


Are those honeycombs? I first thought they were wasp nests, but they are flat and were stacked up, one on top of the other in the cemetery basket below. It had a cardboard like form to hold the flowers. The nests were inside it.


Some old, iron, stove eye covers and a handle of some kind. I was most excited about the handle. It appeals to my creative side. (Don’t take much, do it? LOL)


A mid century bullet planter from an estate sale.


5 thoughts on “More of last weekend’s stuff

  1. Wow! You sure have been busy!!! I just love seeing the stuff you find! I saw the “gift shop” stuff at the thrift shop, too! I had already been to the store closing sale twice! They told me, at the thrift shop, they were still bringing stuff out from the back so they had new stuff every day- I may go back again!

  2. My mouth is watering!!! Love the cabinet, rug and watering cans!!! 🙂

  3. Oh my gosh…I wish I lived near you! I would go totally nuts at your shop! What great things you got!


  4. Hi sweetie! I loved that hooked rug on the previous post! (drool drool)


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  5. I love all the gardeny stuff and that wire curly handle for some reason…plus the hooked rug…YEAH FOR FEAST TIME.

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