127 Treasures—Part Two

Here are the rest of my finds from two days on the 127 Corridor Sale.

I found an assortment of kitchen items. A particular favorite is the handmade chicken napkin holder made out of plywood. It has a great folk art, primitive quality.

I can't wait to clean up this shoe shine caddy and add a coat of poly.

All of these are projects for upscaling. Stay tuned for future posts to see how they turn out.

I am not sure what I will do with all these vintage baseballs. I guess I will need to spend some time on PInterest!

This great abacus will look great hanging on a wall!

This may become my new light fixture in my kitchen. Let's see how it cleans up.

One of my favorite things was this wooden violin case. I think it was a steal at $30. I will clean this up and refurbish the inside. Maybe shelves?

I actually found a couple of old tin litho globes that I didn't already have!

This is a little ironing board. I have already stripped off the fabric. I will probably stencil something on the top—future project alert!

Well, that's it.

This was my car at the end of the trip! Not all of this is mine. My siblings contributed to this mess!

The car is cleaned out now and all my projects are waiting. Everything I am keeping is stored away (Christmas) or displayed. I have loved seeing all the fun things everyone has posted on various Facebook groups.

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Whether my junk is from a garage sale, estate or farm auction, flea market or the side of the road, I love to find it, fix it, clean it, sell it or keep it. So come along the backroads of Indiana with Junk is My Life (me), let's find something vintage and do something cool with it! Formerly Junk Journal.