Vintage Junk Treasures #33

Today I am going to share a few of the numerous items we have found lately. (Again Mr. Deanie gets up much earlier than I do so many of the finds are his.)  So sit back and relax and take a look at vintage junk treasures #33. Lamps seem to be on our radar of Read More Here…


A Sewing Cabinet Refurbished with Yardsticks

Mr. Deanie found this super little sewing cabinet. Now here I have to apologize for not taking a before photo. I planned on rehabbing the piece but Mr. Deanie beat me to it. Here is the story of a sewing cabinet refurbished with yardsticks. The top of this little adorable sewing cabinet was pretty rough. Read More Here…


Happy 4th of July

  Wishing you a very happy and safe 4th of July!     Wishing you many blessings,  Dianne & Mr. Deanie SaveSave


Vintage Junk Treasures #32

I am back after taking a break to organize some of my vintage junk treasures. The goal is to get all things organized in my container and out of the garage. I have a great container with wall to wall shelves and have been busy organizing it so I can find my vintage junk treasures Read More Here…


Sales at Both Vendor Booths in Oregon City and Canby

We sell at Haven Antiques in Oregon City and we are having a 50% off everything in our booth. We are #113. There are lots of great items for sale including Pyrex! The sale will run until June 30th. Here are just a few photos.   We also sell at Red Door Antiques & Resale Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #31 – Vintage Toys Edition

Today we are bringing you vintage junk treasures #31 – the vintage toys edition. Mr. Deanie has been busy going to estate and garage sales and has found a lot of great vintage junk treasures! A vintage Lite-Brite game. The first Lite-Brite was produced in 1967 and this is in that era.   Not sure how Read More Here…


Easy Tutorial for Farmhouse Kitchen Curtains Using Dropcloth

Today I want to show my new kitchen curtains. This easy tutorial for farmhouse curtains using painter’s dropcloth can be done with or without a sewing machine. So don’t panic if you are one of those out there that does not own a sewing machine. Previously I had honeycomb blinds and a curtain ruffle at the top Read More Here…


Quick-Over with Rustoleum Spray Paint

Today just a short post about the wonders of spray paint. I know that a lot of bloggers get uppity about only using chalk paint or other fancy paints. But there are times when spray paint is a good option. In this quick-over I will show you how Rustoleum spray paint Satin Heirloom White transformed Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #30 & A Folding Typewriter

I hope you will enjoy seeing what junk treasures we have recently found. I want to say thank you to all who commiserated with me when I got hurt. My arm is healing but it will be awhile before you don’t see the wound! Mr. Deanie is such a wonderful junk treasure hunter. He found most of Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #29 & $1.00 Finds Can Be Dangerous

Welcome back to another edition of vintage junk treasures. It has been an interesting week, but more about that later. Hopefully you can get comfortable and enjoy our recent vintage junk treasures. We went to a sale three times a week ago. They have had sales of their junk treasures in the past and I always Read More Here…