whim·si·cal/ˈ(h)wimzikəl/Adjective: 1. Playfully quaint or fanciful, esp. in an appealing and amusing way. dictionary.com
Some new items, and stalls newly designed this time. Refreshing. Mr. G. spent 2 hours earlier in the day and then went back with me for an hour and said he saw even more new things he didn't see the first time around.
|I remember the craze when these were made from aluminum cans.|
Pink ticking weaved basket.
Use side of bookcase for height measurement instead of door facing so you can move the record with you. Wouldn't it be great if this went on to measure the next generation?
One of those: "Why didn't I think of that" moments.
You'd have to make sure you used a cool light bulb with this lamp?
I could see me trying to sell something like this.
|Much like my Picture Not Hung on the Wall.|
|Seen this idea many times as well. We already have 2 shutters and old shelving found on the curb to do this one.|
This one will tell your age. Do you know what's holding the LPs? When I was a little girl, my Mother used one of these. Do you know what an LP is?
I like brick red, but what struck me here was the black background that made the white items just pop.
|Why did we keep chuckling as we walked on for the next 10 minutes?|
Mr. G says these are golf tees for giants.