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    Fab Friday Finds - Sister Act (Part 2

    Remember when the heavens parted and I snagged that fabulous antique chalk board from the Nun’s Yard Sale? Well, there was more heavenly bounty at that sale. So here’s Sister Act – Part II! Fraternal twin ironing boards – one metal and the other wood. Wonder how many habits were pressed to perfectio...
    • Brenda Buckler

      More Garden Containers You Never Thought Of… • Tons of Tips & Ideas! Including this old mop bucket turned into a nice planter from eclectically vintage.

    • Fernando Conejo

      Vintage Porch Glider & mop bucket planter would love this glider! :-)

    • Heather Furlong

      There's my glider. We're going to refurbish Granny's old glider. It's going on the front porch.

    • Irish Jade .

      Outdoor Patio

    • Shelley Laurell

      Cute container garden idea

    • Terry-Judy Long

      Unique Planters - Think Outside the Pot :: Eclectically Vintage - Kelly's clipboard on Hometalk :: Hometalk

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