Rusty Tool

10:05:00 PM

Thanks Dad!


That "rusty thing" you thought I might like...


Fit a candle perfectly!


Thanks for always keeping your eye out for 
rusty things for me!

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11 comments

  1. I'm sure the owner of that pick-axe would never have guessed the second life it would have!

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  2. I have a few of those laying around. The hubba loves to crack the handles. Big brute ;)
    Hmm... wonder where they are. LOL.

    Great second life!

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  3. Who knew? Creative girl you are.

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  4. You had me with your title..."Rusty Tool"...ahhh :) Looks great! Laurel

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  5. Perfect for a candle holder! Tools are one of my favorite things to repurpose...they are plentiful and also always seem to have just the right amount of rust!
    Jane

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  6. Love it Susan! How creative!
    Have a wonderful weekend!!!!

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  7. Thanks to Korrie for letting this "city" girl know what the heck that thing is!!!! lol

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  8. And if you ever need to pick ax something while eating dinner, now you have one handy.

    ~Bliss~

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  9. DANG IT, SUSAN!! I just donated one of these to my re-store, not knowing what to do with it!! :(
    So, I still have 2 pitch fork heads (one pointy one dull) any IDEAS for those?

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  10. Cool! I like rusty(c) candle holders. :)

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