Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Iron Work Thrifty Finds


I'm a sucker for iron work.
You could put a glass top on this little piece and make a table... or,
put votive holders in those holes.
Not sure what it was really for.

This is for votive,
but I thought maybe a great jewelry display.
Any other ideas?

A wreath holder. Adjustable.
Hmmm. what else could it be used for?
I really like using things for other than what
they were meant to be used for.

And I thought this would make a nice pumpkin holder.
(or, you could put candles on it!) =)

thanks for coming by

blessings

barbara jean

Those are my Thrifty Thursday Finds
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Thrifty Thursday

6 comments:

Susan said...

Barbara I love the iron work pieces. I love to use things for a different purpose than what they are meant for. I love the idea of putting pumpkins on instead of candles. At Christmas I could see placing some larger round ornaments instead of the traditional Christmas candles.

The Feathered Nest said...

Hi sweet Barb!!!! You always find the best stuff girl! I can see the candle holder with a few nests perched on top too :) I hope you are feeling wonderful and doing so good as well. Thank you for visiting me during my crazy move dear friend, hugs and love, Dawn

She Uses Her Words said...

Hi Barbara,
I think a jewelry holder is a fabulous idea! You do come across the greatest finds.
hugs and blessings, Karen

paynterfamily4 said...

LOVE your fantastic find!!!

I'm in such a Halloween mood - I'd put creepy spiders (cloth or clay) surrounding each 'tealight' holder part - then in the middle - a creepy screaming pumpin (cloth or clay) with a hole in the bottom for a battery operated tealight (acually use those all over the piece) - add cobwebs and OOOHHH!!! LOVE IT!!!

katskraps4kids said...

Oh, I love them as well1 & the pieces you have here are so nice. I especially like the first one...So pretty!!!! =0) I'll have to post tomorrow a pretty 12 votive holder one I got last year for just $2.50 at a local thrift store. It had great prices but it closed =( I miss that one. It's the only really really god find I have come across. Hopefully I can find another shop that has good prices eventually. But you scored on those girly! =0)

Vicki said...

Hi, Barb. Looks like you've been having some fun. What about hanging two separate pieces of artwork on the wreath holder? Or maybe a vintage hanger with black and white photos. Linda and Itsy Bits and Pieces just did a post on that. Could be cute!