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Flea Market Plantstands Found

Posted by garden-potter OH (shabbygardencreations@gmail.com) on
Mon, Oct 11, 10 at 13:43

I was lucky enough to find a couple of nice plantstands at the flea market yesterday. The scrolly one on the right is actually a light green color; very vintage looking. At $7/each, I just had to have them. (The black one isn't crooked; must be my driveway.)
(Trying to upload the picture but if it doesn't work, please look at them with my bloglink. I'll get this figured out some day! Tried again but my picture is too big; need to figure out resizing; sorry!)

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RE: Flea Market Plantstands Found

Hey it did work! But I'll make it bigger next time. Thanks!

Here is a link that might be useful: Shabby Garden Creations


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RE: Flea Market Plantstands Found

VERY cool! And what a deal at $7...they would have come home with me too!


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RE: Flea Market Plantstands Found

Those cost a lot more than $7 new! I bet they will look gorgeous with plants. Keep us updated on what you do with them! Love your little necklaces too on your blog.


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RE: Flea Market Plantstands Found

Very nice & should be great fun to decorate up for porch or garden! I like the necklaces too! They came out great! Jan


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What a bargain. Those are great.
Kathy


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RE: Flea Market Plantstands Found

Those are great. I love curlicue wire stuff. I especially like that one on the right. Kinda looks like it could make a good gardengal.


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RE: Flea Market Plantstands Found

I love those!! What a bargain too!


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