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17 February 2021


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Lovely, more pictures please...

You give it to your good friend Sarah :)

Is this a canvas removed from its stretcher? It has a great look.

Treasures galore just waiting to be found it seems for many.
Thanks for all you share
Love Jeanne

A fabulous find! I used to go to the city dump with my Dad when I was little. We would always come home with what we called “treasures” someone else was throwing away. We were thrilled. He built my playhouse with the lovely throwaways of an old house that was being torn down. I was the only kid on the block with fancy oak paneling on her playhouse walls. Sweet memory!💕

Even here in the suburban states I have found some lovely things dumpster diving. Amazing what folks throw away.
What is this tufted piece? I love it.

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