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There was so much going on around here last week…there is much happening this week.  Plus, Saturday was our Pins for Paws bowling fundraising event for our Humane Society.

I bowled!

One arm is now longer than the other…or at least it feels longer.

Sunday was Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market.  It’s an hour 1/2 drive down the mountain to Scottsdale.  My feet and that one arm wanted to rest and binge watch Revenge.  But…it’s the Junk in the Trunk Vintage Market!!

Vintage Market


One reason I wanted to go was my new Periscope friend who owns Everything Goes.

This was their booth and my favorite piece.

I turning a birdcage into a haunted house!  Cute!

I love the silver of this tree.  Gotta figure out how to recreate and aged silver.  Hum!  I have a couple of ideas.

Today, I started a large potting bench for Mike.  These metal shutters would have been perfect for the back.  The price wasn’t perfect. 🙁

Cotton stems!  I saw so many people walking around with cotton stems.  My previous post shows just how I made mine.

Sweet burlap tree.  I like the simplicity.


This is an old metal neon sign.  So old it doesn’t say anything!

Santa brushes!

I adore rusty white garden stuff!

This was the incredible display that greeted the junkers.  Yes those chairs are hung by their feet.  The silverware was dipped in turquoise paint, and that chandelier!!!!

I will be sharing the junk at bought at the vintage market…soon! <3

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