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Toolbox revamped

Posted by marlene_2008 7 (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 1, 11 at 21:41

This toolbox belonged to my Dad, but it was battleship gray, so I decided to dress it up a little and, of course, junk it up a little. I couldn't bring myself to paint the handle since he had worn the paint off with his own hands carrying it around.

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Every thing you have done is so cute!!!


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Looks great! I'm sure it makes you smile when you walk by (like my watering can on top of my Tipsy Buckets) TFS! Jeanne S.


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Marlene..I love your tool box. I have one of the flowers that you attached to the front. It is part of a set of three. I also have a set of three butterflies. (Home Interiors) You have inspired me to see what I can do with mine. Thank you!

Marylee


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I love the look & the handle is a wonderful memory of your dad. The stars & flower really add some bling & lovely addition to your deck. Jan


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A very touching and beautiful tribute to your Dad. I love it!


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Marylee....I have the other two flowers from the set on the opposite of the toolbox! I also have the seagulls from Home interior...nabbed them at a yardsale a few years ago.


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This is so lovely. Im so glad u didn't paint the handle, that is so special. I love the swirl and the stars they look so classy.


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