Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Salvaged Barn Tin and Pallet Wood Arrows...


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Look what my husband made for me this weekend!

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Chipping with Charm: Barn Tin Stars...www.chippingwithcharm.blogspot.com 
You might remember these rustic barn tin stars he made last Christmas.

Chipping with Charm: Barn Tin and Salvaged Wood Arrows...www.chippingwithcharm.blogspot.com He had saved the "scraps" and was waiting for some time to play with them.  We decided that arrows would be fun.
Chipping with Charm: Barn Tin and Salvaged Wood Arrows...www.chippingwithcharm.blogspot.com
So he headed out to the garage and this is what he came back with...
Chipping with Charm: Barn Tin and Salvaged Wood Arrows...www.chippingwithcharm.blogspot.com
 I was pleasantly surprised to see an assortment of designs.  Each one is unique.
(The smallest one is 24 inches long) 
My husband tries to pretend that he isn't creative...but the secret is out :)
I love them and can't wait to take them in to our booth at Antiques Downtown!!
Funky Junk Interiors...Junk Party
Vintage Inspiration Party 
Chat soon,

16 comments:

  1. Love them! A job well done!
    Smiles, alice

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  2. They are just wonderful, Laurel! It was so sweet of your hubby to make them for you.
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  3. great job, greay Husband ;)
    ps. kisses from Poland :*

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  4. What did he use to cut the tin? Tin snips or something more industrial? Very cute :)

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  5. Fun, those will be so fun to decorate your home.

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  6. Really cute! How does he cut them? I have a few old pieces of the metal, but I haven't tried to cut them yet

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  7. So great Laurel. Love these. Happy Week End.
    Kris

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  8. These are really cute, no wonder you love them.. I have some old tin, but haven't attempted to cut. If you would, please let us know how he cut these out..

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    1. Thanks Dorothy! My husband used a plasma cutter to cut the tin for the arrows and the stars :)

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  9. I want either your husband or a plasma cutter :>)))

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