The fabulous old oars with the initials, and the very long blue oar, were just $2 each! He threw the Cape Cod sign in for free! My twins' room is nautical, so they will be perfect in there. Wonder what I can do with them? Hmmm.
I fell in love with the old red chair for only $5. I has found a happy home in my kitchen.
I scored this huge rustic basket for just a few dollars. It now resides in my living room holding large books.
And the old window is really great. I paid $20. I have a few old windows now that I want to use for built-in cabinets in a niche in my dining room. Can't wait to get that done!
I was thrilled to find this journal. It is a new journal that has been made out of an old book. This was and old book about Christmas cards, from what I could gather.
The old cover still has the original book plate. I checked out the website, www.BookJournals.com. They have a lot of old books made into journals and cookbooks. They are all $13. Check it out. I must say, I think I like mine the best, and it was only $1.
The journal includes some of the pages and illustrations from the original book, plus a ton of blank, acid free pages to journal on. I thought it was a really unique idea.
Cute yellow roosters for the kitchen, a darling little blue bench, a Ralph Lauren flag pillow, a fun wood skimboard, and an antique yoke! Very cool! But the fun find was the pretty pink Petunia Picklebottom bag (Say that five times fast!). Alysa has always wanted to find one of those!