Monday, March 19, 2012

Weekend Treasures...

I found this last weekend in Jacksonville when I visited my daughter.

He had it full of tools and a pretty high price of $50.00!


Well, I didn't pay $50.00 and I didn't get the tools.
I just love the color the size and the metal handle.

I bought this at the thrift store.  I like the size but didn't like the color.
I almost forgot the before.

Here it is after!!

I love it!

I had to stop for another Tababola tree.

I love what they do to the ground.
My friend Susie of From My Home to Yours says the flowers dry up nicely.
I haven't tried it yet but I will.

I have one that's about 2 inches tall.  I probably won't be living here when it blooms.

I hope you are enjoying your Monday.  We just keep having the most beautiful weather here in Orlando, I know the heat is just around the corner.
Thank you for visiting me, your comments brighten my day!!

8 comments:

Vera @ Cozy Little Cabin said...

I love the tool box - what a great fine.

And since I'm unfamiliar w/the golden leaved tree, I'm guessing you weren't talking about Jacksonville, TX?

What a great weekend you had!

Emily said...

The birdcage is so sweet now that it's had a pretty white makeover. It looks so much nicer now!

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

Ooh...you found some goodies! Love the color of the tool box! Great cage, too!

Pam said...

I adore that toolbox. The tree is gorgeous. I guess they don't grow up here in Ohio since I've never heard of one. Just another reason to move to Florida!

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

Gorgeous tree! Great tool caddy, too!

Sherry said...

Awesome finds! Love them both! Wow! that tree is absolutely breath taking! I wonder if they would grow here in N.C.? Have a great day Sue!

A Cottage Muse said...

Those trees are beautiful!!

Connie (aka LOU) said...

Oh cool. I have caught up and now I'm up to date. That tree is gorgeous!! Certainly a reason to catch up but not necessarily to work backwards.

I have one of those tool boxes. I plant flowers in them every year. It finally rotted out and I found another one (cheap-not $50) but it is a peach color (ugly). Got to get it painted quick. Planting season will soon be upon us. (We are having beautiful weather in the midwest too.)