Ever since I saw the decorated old saws at a local vintage sale (Fleattitude), I have been wanting to make one.
You might say, an old saw was highly ‘sawed’ after’ by me. I had one that was my sisters, but the handle was broken.
A few weeks ago hubby took me to an estate sale in S.L.C. That was quite an experience. His first estate sale. Must admit, he handled it well, and was great to have along to help carry my
After I shopped the house I suggested we go around back and check out the garage. There they were, three old saws with wooden handles just begging me to take them home.
It’s now found a new place. . .out on my front porch.
At first I thought I wanted it to say, ‘Cut your own tree’. But then I realized if I went with ‘Fresh Balsam Fir’ that I could leave it out for the Winter months.
My daughter, Karrah cut the words on her Cricket. I stenciled it using a Golden Brown acrylic paint.
My sis, Julie and friend, Dolly came up from down South and we had a great time giving our saws a new life!
I had picked up 4 of these little burlap bags at a yard sale last summer for a quarter each. Perfect for holding both real and faux greenery.
Some berries, a touch of sparkle, burlap and muslin.
If you come to visit and can’t find me, check outside. I might be sawing logs. lol!
I will be sharing with these fun parties: