Archives for April 2014

Antique Tin Can Fruit Label Printables

Today, I have three wonderful fruit label printables from the 1920’s tin fruit cans for you.  With summer coming, I think there will be many wonderful projects to use these on, and I’m working one one to share with you soon!  Enjoy! {PIN THIS IMAGE NOW & PRINT LATER} {CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE} Here are cropped versions of the peach and apple fruit label printables. (click to download the full-size images.) Blessings, Angie

Tin Can Wall Organizer

I’m so excited to be joining forces again, with the Junkers United team. If you’re a new visitor – WELCOME! I’m Angie, the author behind Knick of Time and owner of the Knick of Time online market.   You can see all my Repurposed projects HERE and view the progress of our farm country home remodel HERE. For this event, I created a project that is easy, very useful, and you’re likely to have the few needed supplies already available in your home.  I’ve been saving tin {Read More}

Printable Hymn Book Page – The Old Rugged Cross

{CLICK ON IMAGE TO ENLARGE} Blessings, Angie

Pick Your Pillow Giveaway

If you are like me, while doing spring cleaning, you also do some rearranging and redecorating (because some of us still have Christmas decor that hasn’t been put away!)   To help you fluff your nest for spring, I have a fabulous,  “Pick Your Pillow” Giveaway for you today, from Heather at Elliott-Heath Designs. Heather creates absolutely beautiful graphic pillows, and has hundreds of designs for any home style and season.  She has a line of Spring pillows available that are fresh {Read More}

Graceful Woman Garden Statue and a Few Chalkboards

Last weekend, I came across the first yard sale of the season.  It was a small one, and didn’t have much that interested me, but I did bring home this lovely garden statue of what looks to be a Greek woman pouring water from a jug.   She has a lot of wear from being out in the elements, but she reminded me of images from a Jeanne de’Arc Living magazine.  I’ve listed her in my shop here, but my {Read More}

Ugly Plastic Pot Disguise…Spring Flowers in Salvaged Metal

Are there any other plant murderers out there?  I hate to admit it, but I am one.  Walking into a garden center, in the month of April, gets me every year.  After long, dreary winter days, I am craving green plants and colorful blossoms.  Despite the fact that I kill every plant I bring home, (except for the poinsettia I bought 2 Christmases ago…that thing refuses to die), I still buy new plants every spring.  I’m an optimist, right?  So {Read More}

Antique Bird Illustrations Instant Art Printables

Last year, about this time, I shared a bunch of beautiful bird illustrations with you,  and today I have a few more.  Theses are from a 1920’s book.  These would be beautiful as enlarged wall prints, or a small grouping of framed prints.  They would be really pretty on note cards also.  You can use Picmokey to turn the two images on each page into individual images. {CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE} The other bird images can be found here, {Read More}

Knick of Time Tuesday #132 – Vintage Inspiration Party

Welcome to Knick of Time Tuesday! If it is OLD,  looks OLD,  was inspired by something OLD,  or was made from something OLD… Let’s See It! Here’s a review of what I shared last week, in case you missed any posts. Wednesday – Printable School Primer Page Thursday – DIY Antique Graphic Jewelry Friday – Salvaged Wood Display Shelf Monday – Farm Country Salvage Light I picked a few great links from last week’s party, but also decided to start sharing a {Read More}

Old Farm Charm – a Farmhouse Industrial Water Pump Salvage Hanging Light

One of the wonderful things about living in farming country, is finding wonderful relics from old farmhouses.  A few months ago, I brought home 3 fabulous salvaged metal pieces.  Can any of you recognize what they originally were?  If you live in farm country, you probably have seen them attached to a water pump, like this one.  These were used to draw water from cisterns or ponds,  Our old farmhouse in Missouri had one in the enclosed porch, that had {Read More}

Salvaged Wood Display Shelf

Yawn…I must be getting old, because I used to work on projects until the wee hours of the morning, but lately I can barely keep my eyes open until 10.  I’m hoping once the daylight starts lasting longer, I’ll have more energy, because I am a night owl by nature, and can’t seem to accomplish much lately.  That has absolutely nothing to do with today’s post, it just explains to you why if you notice me posting less frequently, it’s because {Read More}