This weekend was our city’s annual garage sale weekend. Thought I would show you a few of my finds. I am having my Funky Junk and Vintage Sale this coming weekend, so all of these will be for sale then. If you are local check out my ad.
The first sale I went to had these Western Electric Spools. I think they would be fun to use to create an outdoor side table for a patio.
I love wire baskets, so I snatched this one up as soon as I saw it. I am having a hard time selling it, but I have plenty wire baskets that I use. This one can go to a new wire basket lover.
Love this 1950s or 60s vinyl covered toy box. It is plywood inside. The lady said it was her kids’, but I really do not think it was used. I think it would be lovely to store blankets in.
I love this groovy flower glass bowl. The lady thought it was from the 1960s, but it just speaks 70s to me. I can’t seem to find out the maker, so it will be available.
This Coors box is actually a cooler. There is styrofoam on the inside. It is missing the top pieces, but I think someone can upcycle it to make it into a fun Coors storage box in a game room or bar area in their basement.
I love old galvanized wash tubs. I do not think this one is too old, but it will make a great planter.
These wood stirrups are so cool. I did a search on Pinterest and found this…
I really hope whoever buys these stirrups will do something like that. Again tempting to keep them.
Look at this adorable child’s ironing board and iron. Since I don’t iron, I think it is an adorable decoration piece.
This post is getting long, so the last one is an old wood high chair. I would love to see it painted up and used as a doll piece or the legs cut off and used as a shelf on the wall.
Even though I have a ton of other items that can be used as is, I hope that I draw a lot of upcyclers to my sale. I think everyone will find something. If you are local, I hope to see you this coming weekend.
Linking to: Penny Worth Project