A Little Hi and Have a Great Weekend

 Dear blogging friends, this post will be short and sweet today. I am going in for a little surgery this morning and just wanted to say that I will have a full post on Monday.

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Have a beautiful weekend!

((HUGS))

Jo

A Primitive Cupboard!

Welcome dear blogging friends. I hope that you all had a great weekend and are ready for a new week. It is bitter cold and windy today in the Salt Lake City area. Burr! But Spring is almost here, seeing buds on my roses gives me hope.

I have been giving you little sneak peeks of an old find . . .

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Junk n Finds

So glad that you have come to visit! I think that I have the greatest followers in blogville!  So welcome!

I want to share with you some of my Junk n finds and how I use them in my home as well as how I update them to match my decor.

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Here are a few of my finds, my main purpose shopping this time was to find white stoneware, and white dishes.

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My Favorite Things Wednesday

Welcome dear friends!

I’m really excited to share with you today some of my favorite things. One of them is a great place to go Junk’n here in Bountiful, Utah. It’s called Lost and Found. Owned by Shirley and Rex.  You just can’t believe the things that they have in their shop.  Here’s a peek, don’t miss anything.

BeFunky_lost Shirley and Rex.jpgThis is Shirley and Rex, they are lovely down home people. always ready to help you and very knowledgeable about vintage and antique wares.

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A Old Screen Into Wall Art

It’s Monday my dear friends! I hope that everyone has had a beautiful weekend.

I have been busy this weekend with a few new projects and I can’t wait to share one with you, of course this was fun, easy and didn’t cost me much. These are my rules! LOL

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I bought this great old screen a couple of weeks ago. Some times I set my finds in my home and look at them for a few days until the creative juices start to flow, that’s what I did with this one.

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