My little red wagon - repurposed and happy to hold some fun goodies.

December 3rd, 2008 in member junk     
bridiemurphy bridiemurphy, member
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A junkmarket take on it with a miniature wagon.

A junkmarket take on it with a miniature wagon.

inspired by May 2008 Country Home JunkMarket project....

Pattern or design used: Display Case Frame
posted in: member junk, vintage, metal, wood, artwork, funky, whimsical, fun, family room, outdoor spaces, retro, office, wire, tin-metallic, game room, cast iron-metallic, aluminium-metallic, paint, bridget navoda giunta upcycle

Comments (8)

SantaClaus writes: So what did you do with the wheels or are they still attached to the wagon? Posted: 8:58 am on February 2nd
bridiemurphy writes: Thanks for the compliments. Is there a bug in the web site...I attempted to select JunkMarket design, but it won't save the page, really! Instead, it keeps looping me into preview or publish, but then errors. HELP!? Posted: 8:34 am on December 4th
suewhitney writes: Love your rendition of the wagon. I love the doggies.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 8:57 pm on December 3rd
MimiToria writes: Wow! This is great for this time of the year, vey cool. I have a very rusty wagon out back and now my wheels are turning. I think my husband would die if I brought it in the house though.
Your display is very playful and so fun. Thanks for sharing.
Gretchen Posted: 2:26 pm on December 3rd
junkermidge writes: Ah ha! I knew there was some perfect use for those wagons. You nailed it! Your display looks great, too.
Midge Posted: 1:17 pm on December 3rd
Chovey writes: Great, great, great!!!
cynthia Posted: 12:51 pm on December 3rd
fellowjunker writes: Absolutely adorable!!
xojanis Posted: 12:02 pm on December 3rd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Oh my goodness! This is fabulous!

What an adorable holiday display!

Thanks for posting it.

Candy Posted: 10:20 am on December 3rd
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