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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Crate Project


Remember the Wine Crate project that I talked about in the previous post, that I saw in Martha Stewart Magazine? Well I went out to my barn, and grabbed every wooden box I had. I had more than I thought I did. And I put a display together. today I went up to my booth and set it up, I'm liking it.

For strength they are actually screwed to each other

Lots of display space

Garden theme here

A little Easter color

And my newest lantern, filled with what else????? dishes of course

Hope you enjoyed my little crate project. Now I'm on the hut for more wine crates so I can help my friend put one together for her garden storage.

10 comments:

Phyllis said...

I've always loved crates and boxes too. You did a great job putting them together and the display is very appealing.

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

Great display with the wooden crates/boxes. You've got great stuff there!

cindee said...

The crates look great! You did a nice display. I love that lantern in the last picture!!!!

curiousgoods said...

Love it Love it Love it! Glad to read they were screwed together... I was sitting here like a good jewish mother worrying about your treasures toppling over!
Donna

bucharoo said...

Super ideas! I was just wondering? Are you a musician too? I see lots of music sheets in your displays. Just curious.

Stacey @ The Blessed Nest said...

Hey, Margo!!
If you still have that Little Puppy word card, I'd love to have it! E-mail me the details :)!!
Thanks,
Stacey

Debbie P. said...

I can never pass up a wood crate if the price is right; so useful and they look great in your booth.

Vanessa {Bloom Right Here!} said...

I always love looking at the pics of your displays. You do such a good job. I love the crates. I need some more display/shelf space in my booth. Wish I could find some good wooden boxes (cheap, of course).

Anonymous said...

You have a great eye!! I love all the junk you guys have in Texas, I guess everything is bigger and better in Texas

red.neck chic said...

I love the crates...and everything you have set up in them! LOL I could give it ALL a new home!

:-)

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