Friday, August 28, 2009

ROOSTERS!!!!

I found the following three roosters at the same yard sale for $3 each.  Each one stands around 12 inches high.  I looooove them.
I found this napkin holder and recipe box at Ross several years ago.  I can't remember how much they were but I remember they were inexpensive.  Something like $3 or $4 each.
I found this rustic rooster picture at Goodwill $1.  I love the old weathered wood frame.  It is an original painting some made and signed.  I found this crate of eggs at a boutique and paid more than I normally would ($22) but I had to have them.  Each egg is sitting in a little wire coil.
Gotta love ROOSTERS!

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Yard Sale Finds 8-23-09

I have always wanted some of these balls in a bowl or basket. The balls were on clearence at Craft Warehouse for $1 and $1.25 each. The one covered with jute I made myself out of a styrophome ball. The basket I picked up at Goodwill for $1.



Tin Plaque $1


I found this new 8 1/2 x 10 picture frame at the local thrift store for $1.50. It's distressed black.


This large mirror was $2 at a yard sale.


We're getting close with our addition. I primed all 1300 square feet yesterday. It took me 6 hours with a spray gun. We also finished the deck off our new master bedroom. It won't belong now. I can't wait to decorate it with all of the thrifty treasures I've been accumulating the past several months!

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Give Away

I won the giveaway over at Bella Vista Blog!

I won an English teacup and saucer, cake pedestal, topiary, and wire cloche and stand.  Can't wait to get these treasures in the mail! Thank you Barb!!!

Monday, August 10, 2009

Table Redo

When I bought it I intended to keep it as is. It just works better for me as a couch table. Sorry if this offends anyone out there. I bought the table at an awesome yard sale a few months back for $20.

Before:



After:
I really needed a couch table and I didn't like how the table leaves covered the pretty legs so I removed the leaves, hinges and extra legs. It took about an hour and a half to sand it down really well. Then I glued this wood scrolly cut-out to the front and gave her two coats of black paint. I loooove the way it turned out. Now I will have to come up with a project for the extra legs and leaves.





Sunday, August 9, 2009

Yard Sale Finds 8-9-09

Went to a couple yard sales and an estate sale and picked up a few things.

Old Scale = $1

Brushed Nickle Paper Towel Holder = 50 cents

Box of Furniture Legs = $1



Wreath = 75 cents. I cut the yellow flowers off it.

Huge Basket = $3. I'll store blankets or toys in it.