Mailbox Organizer

7:00:00 PM

It used to be old, dirty and in the thrift store
but for $1.00 it was all mine!





 A new coat of paint, a jute loop to hang it, and a vinyl number to match my address.



A new place to hold all the mail for my kids.


 A new life for another old junker!

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13 comments

  1. Your mail holder turned out great.
    Love it!!

    Cindy

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  2. You are on a roll! I've been loving all the projects you've been posting!
    Jane

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  3. What a sweet piece, Susan! Love it! I've been looking every time I go to Goodwill for a piece like this. My daughter could use a mail holder/organizer, but I haven't seen anything in months. I'm going again Tuesday, so hopefully I'll find a few things that I've been thinking about.

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  4. Love it! The number adds the perfect touch!
    Have a wonderful week!


    sandraallen260@centurytel.net

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  5. Simply beautiful, it looks really nice, thanks for sharing.

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  6. It's early.... I read that as "I used to be old dirty, in a thrift store", and I was thinking.....Me too!

    ~Bliss~

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  7. It's fabulous! I see these all the time at Goodwill and garage sales. Definitely going to copycat this!

    Jeanine

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  8. That's cute, love the numbers on it too!

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  9. Susan,

    Love this..and the black numbers on the white makes it so special.I have to copy this!

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