A more recent find was this old produce crate.
Two sides have this awesome, “Table Grapes” image.
One end has this paper label.
And the other end has an imprinted image. I love that it can be displayed from different sides for different looks. It’s available here.
I also brought home two boxes full of old bottles. I group any like colors together and sell them in sets. This large set is available here.
I love these pretty blue colored ones. They are available here.
I’ll be using some of the single bottles for other projects, like more bottle garlands, and this simple flower vase. The wood shelf was one I made as a sample for my VBS class, but we ran out of time and weren’t able to make them. It was the perfect size to hold the little bottle. The bottle and shelf are available together here.
This old lunch box was a nostalgia purchase. I remember my dad carrying a metal lunch box to work, similar to this one. I couldn’t resist making a “lunch” printable flashcard to display with it.
A customer sent me an image, and asked if I could turn it into a sign on a window. I’ll admit, I failed 3 times before I got it done correctly. I was totally ready to throw in the towel, but finally succeeded on the third try. There is something about custom orders – they always seem to give me a hard time, which is why I don’t accept many of them, but I’m glad it finally turned out.