March 28, 2010

I Saw Potential…

There once was a unwanted, ugly, ORANGE basket that sat at Goodwill… 

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But I saw its potential, so I brought it home and gave it a makeover.

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Now, the basket has new lease on life and it’s sitting, happily in the corner of the living room!

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The End.


16 comments:

  1. Nice! And it looks like it's happy in the perfect spot! :)

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  2. Way to go green and recycle my friend! I love turning odd bits into treasures :) Again, another similarity! You sure you and Josh don't want to live in TN? There's an awfuly cute house FOR SALE next to mine :) LOL

    Hugs and Have a Fantastic Week!

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  3. Oops! Forgot something....

    The blog make over is phenomenal! LOVE, love, love it!

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  4. beautiful!!! a woman after my own heart! :-)

    love,
    e

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  5. cute!!! sure wish I had your eye & could spot these "finds!!!"

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  6. Together we would make a dynamic decorating team. Think of all the stuff we could repurpose.

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  7. Oh I love those sort of "finds"..especially when they end up working!

    Looks great and I looove the wall color you chose in the living room.

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  8. Girl! How did you know I was waiting for another Lauren project?!

    Hugs! And, thank you SO SO much for coming out to Bottles 4 Babies!

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  9. LOVE happy endings!! :) THANKS again for coming out last night!!!

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  10. Very cute and creative!!!! I remember when you did the foam headboard - I would love to try to do that!! xxxooo

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  11. Looks like a UT basket. Around these parts we call that Longhorn Orange :) Austin is the only place you can wear burnt orange and not be a "what not to wear candidate"

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  12. Great job! You have such great luck at Goodwill!

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  13. I seriously wish I could do that...just look at things and see its potential!! Is that something you can teach? lol

    Kristi Guillory

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  14. love it!

    I left a little gift for you on my blog. www.missingjuanito.blogspot.com

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  15. I like the basket's new look!

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