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    • Sheri-Lyn Schock

      Never pass up a set of wooden salt & pepper mill at the thrift stores again! My own version of this project was on a tall wooden salt shaker from Value Village that I painted with grey and red chalk paint.

    • Lana Mussington

      what a great idea. see them all the time at garage sales.

    • Magyar La'ny

      A great idea for something to look at for when you are shopping at Goodwill! I will never pass up another set of wooden salt & peppers at the thrift stores again...these look so cottage chic, painted in pretty pastels!

    • Andri Lysandrou

      Paint wooden salt and pepper mills pastel

    • Vicki Heist

      Thrift store find: Wooden salt pepper shakers - repainted.

    • Angelique Van Rixel

      wooden salt & peppers painted in pretty shabby chic pastels

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