Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Yard Sale Treasures - Before - Part 1

Hi Friends!  Man, has my weekend been action packed, how was yours?   In between getting the first little bit of my booth set up, participating in one of our sailing club races on Saturday, baking on Sunday and rafting up on the water with friends on Monday...I actually squeezed in one more activity?  I know...crazy right?

Well I just couldn't pass up the opportunity to go to a few yard sales Saturday morning.  So glad I did because I am feeling pretty excited about these finds.  I can hardly wait to get my paint brushes out!

Most everything is sitting in the garage waiting for a few redo's.

I am in love with these two chests!  I have already decided on the new finish for both of them as well.  They will be going in the booth after I am done, but OH BOY is that going to be hard!

This pic is going to be very hard to part with too.

These two pottery pieces were captivating for sure.  Unfortunately after I got home I found out the handle on the basket is broken.  It is not noticable at all but a clean break near the bottom.  I will have to see if there is a way to repair it.

The new color possibilities on the gold plant stand are just swirling around in my head right now.  Both of these are going to be very hard to part with.  I love me some plant stands!

Now for the best deal of the day.  I cannot wait to get this one painted.  I am pretty set on either and off white or black and she's done.  What do you think?  What would you prefer?

Well, I gotta run! I've still got a few more things to add to the booth today and tweak it some more and then I've got to get busy on these transformations.

Thanks so much for stopping by today.  Of course if you hadn't figured it out yet.  I am joining Metamorphosis Monday today over at BNOTP.

Hope you'll join us there too!
Have a great day!





3 comments:

  1. That is awesome Mary about the booth! You are going to be one busy little bee. Glad you had a great weekend.

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  2. Wonderful finds and I think you will have a paintbrush in your hand for quite awhile!! I would paint the clock black!
    hugs,
    Linda

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  3. I'm really inspired by you taking the plunge to do the booth, and I'm going to enjoy seeing what you buy and make over to put into it.
    I can't believe you found a grandfather clock at a yard sale. What a score! My MIL had one that we might be inheriting, but it's an antique so I would leave it as is. That one could be left alone or done in a bunch of ways. I hope you do an "after" post.

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