Found Pillars

5:52:00 PM



Someone took down an old pillar and put it out for the trash...
 I drove by and there it was!!... 
and now it's mine!


It was lovely and chippy, so nice!...

 The column had been cut in half so there was a raw edge... 
I finished it off perfectly with a rusty pail and a wreath.



Loving it!


Another great road-side find!


Keep throwing that stuff out people because I'm finding it, 
turning it into treasures, and keeping it out of the dump...
one project at a time!

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12 comments

  1. How cool to find that on the side of the road! You lucky girl - all people around here throw away is trash. What are they thinking?!

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  2. WOW, what a find! That is super!

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  3. What a fun find! People in my neighborhood need to throw out some good stuff because all I see are pizza boxes. Ha ha

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  4. BREATH TAKING!!! LOVE IT Susan.

    xo
    Cheri

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  5. You are SO LUCKY! And a great recycler to boot!

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  6. I love it! Makes me want to dig out the 4 porch pillars I found a couple years ago and put them to use. Thanks for the motivation! :)

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  7. Great score! Nothing makes my day like a good curbside find. You should submit this at roadkillrescue.net!

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  8. Perfect, Susan! I think you find more treasures in the garbage than anyone else! : ) Love the way this looks; it would probably be a great outdoor decor piece, too.

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  9. Man, I have been trying to just find one at a reasonable price, I'd be downright giddy if I found one in the trash!!

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