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Saturday, September 17, 2011

ReStore Revisited...

Another visit to ReStore yielded a few more photographs...
These items weren't for sale, but just the same
they are "Blog Worthy"

This little guy made out of tin cans 
resides  just above their counter...
(Just hanging around waiting for his picture to be taken)


Loved the charm of this old scale ... rust and all
They use it to weigh nails and screws
Isn't it Attractive!


I love this ...  
It took me a minute to get the jest of it,
but that's just me. 
(You'll probably catch on way before I did)

 Have a nice weekend!
(see Our First Visit To ReStore)

10 comments:

  1. Those are pretty neat vintage and repurposed items. Thanks for sharing...Christine

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  2. The Tin Man is so cute and I'm going to have to check out a ReStore in our area. I looks like a fun place to shop.

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  3. What great items. I'll have to check out ReStore. It just changed names from Habitat! That last item is pretty funny!

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  4. Love the tin man. I would of asked about the scale, but that is just me. I have gone to my local ReStore a few times, but have never found anything.

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  5. Your antique photo of the man with the card, pocket knife is a real treasure and I don't think I have ever seen a display as yours. It is outstanding!! I have a photo of my grandfather that I plan to use in the same style as yours.....thank you very much for the idea you have sparked in me!! As of now the photo is in a drawer and it truly needs to be displayed in honor. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment. I look forward to getting to know you and reading your blog!

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  6. I LOVE Restore but haven't been there in a while. Your Restore has so much character! Love it!!! I thought for sure I was already following you, but for some weird reason wasn't. I sure am now!!! Glad to be your newest follower Geneva!!!!

    Aimee @ ItsOverflowing.com

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  7. I visited a ReStore for the first time a few weeks ago. I think the tin man is funny and the letter even funnier.

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  8. How fantastic is the little tin man! I love the fact that society is starting to treasure old things...so much better than all that plastic!!!

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  9. HI THAK YOU FOR YOUR LOVELY VISIT TO MY BLOG. I LOVE THE SMALL TIN MAN AND YOUR BEAUTIFUL MUSIC...!!! HAPPY DECEMBER..

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