Jamie, who blogs at Anderson + Grant, collected quite a few old cutting boards for a recent project. She had a couple left that she didn't use. What, exactly, does one do with extra wooden cutting boards?
"A few months ago when I spotted a beat up little table, apparently ready to be discarded on a friend’s porch, I just had to ask about the little table’s future," says Joan from Nicer Than New. Her friend replied that as far as she was concerned, the table was garbage, so Joan could have it if she wanted it. Score!
Jaye from Just Tryin' to Make Cents of It All tells us, "We needed a TV Console for our new TV and I just knew I could find something at my favorite thrift store." She found a heavy-duty dresser (circa 1970)that probably came as a matching set with a groovy waterbed.
Titia of Crafty in Canada was on her way to her favorite junk store when she spotted a pile of furniture on the side of the road. Amongst the pieces was this painted dresser. Titia says, “I just knew there was something special under all that ugly ewwwy paint.”
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