The island looks kinda bare doesn't it....not too many treasures to be found over the week end! We went to some yard sales on Friday and then drove to Lubbock Texas on Saturday to go on a 62 mile long sale.
I loved the idea of making a little screen from some ceiling fan blades.....
It's a pretty simple project......wall paper your blades.....and hinge them together. The real trick is going to be how I can make them free standing!
My screen was $4 at this little boutique
The garage and the building on the right were full of dusty boxed treasures.......but nothing caught my eye.....
I really liked the apple ladder that you can see in front of the red trailer.....but it was a little pricey for me
There were lots of little groups of vendors along the 62 mules.....plenty of food.......and tons of unique items
I have a collection of these sweet little cherubs......found 2 that I don't have for $1 each
I had a Christmas poinsettia teapot already, but not the sugar and creamer, so now I have two teapots......$3 for the set
I may repurpose this bird feeder by taking out the glass cylinder and making a lantern from what's left. The little birds and turtle are concrete (don't find concrete stuff in this area too much)
I thought this hand painted lap tray would come in handy for Ky to do her homework on. The lady let me have it for $3.
School starts here in New Mexico in 4 weeks.........the summer is just flying by!
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