Saturday, February 19, 2011

Special Bulletin


You've seen snippets of  my rolling pin obsession.
If you haven't you can find it here


It is not my only obsession.


Another is old wooden ironing boards.
I use them for everything
In the garden for a garden bench
Temporary Serving Stations at picnics and family gatherings
Work benches for construction projects.





This is one of many
Put to use to showcase some items that make me smile
My special bulletin


The invitation my girls hand stitched for our 25th
The portrait of Mr. Norm's dad
An invite to Miss Sarah's wedding.
Need to unpack Miss Kristin's   






Something  that makes me smile
A photo sizing trick
Miss Donna of Funky Junk shared it on a recent post
Love learning something new.


Someting else that makes me smile
A sneak peek at my YUM - Top 5 for wk 3


..Love having a small corner that makes my heart smile



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Funky Junk's Saturday Nite Special

17 comments:

  1. Oh love this...What a great idea to take the ironing boards outside...Mine in my sewing room is used more often for additional work space (junk catcher) than for an ironing.

    Now I need to hunt out a cool looking antique one to make into a potting table...Oh hubby is going to love this idea *giggles* not...

    Blessings Kelsie

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  2. Now THIS is a fantastic idea! I love it!

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  3. This is brilliant! I now have a plan for that board I've been hiding in the closet...

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  4. You really have some cool collections Laurie. I would never have thought to use it as a bulletin board. Nice post.

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  5. What an awesome use of "junk"! It looks great - thanks for stopping by and commenting.

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  6. Hi Laurie,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog. What a fabulous and creative bulletin board! Makes me smile too! Off to check out the rest of your blog. Have a great weekend!

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  7. This is such a great idea. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great rest of the weekend.

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  8. Hi Laurie, love your original idea for use of ironing boards - much more fun than it's intended purpose. Looking forward to seeing more of your blog.

    Cheers,
    Lisa x

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  9. I love these ironing boards. What a great way to use it as a bulletin board. I love your pictures, Laurie. Have a great Sunday, my friend.

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  10. oh laurie, i love this bulletin board idea! you're so clever. i have a few stashed away in my attic...now i need to pull them out. did you make the cover? if so, with what and how? i love how you wrapped it with jute and added the old wood clothespins too.
    judi

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  11. Your bulletin board looks fabulous. The ironing board really gives you a lot of great space for display. A wonderful repurpose!
    Jane

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  12. Oh girl, you had to know I'd FLIP over this one! So original!

    I had to show you off on SNS #69's sidebar this weekend. :)

    Donna

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  13. This is so original! Love it and I've got an old metal ironing board stuck in the storage room...add a little burlap, twine and clothes pins and this is usable again!!! lol...
    Mel's Cabin is so inspired by the creativity out in blog land! Thanks for visiting Mel's Cabin while blog hopping!

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  14. PS: I featured your blog at Mel's Cabin!

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  15. This is just cool Laurie! I love the whole little corner vignette! I have a sweet little wooden child's ironing board that I'm still trying to decide what to do with.....you've given me some inspiration here...thank you!

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  16. Laurie this is such a great idea. I love old ironing boards.

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  17. Of course you I love this! I have two old wooden ones too...I use mine for portable bars for a party...thinking about you! xoxo

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