I have had this whatchamacallit sitting in my foyer for well over a year now. Hubby bought it home one day (bless his heart) from the farm of all places. At first we didn’t know what it was. But then he guessed that it must have been a coffee roaster.
It sat in my foyer for a whole year while I scratched my head and stared at it! I couldn’t even open that door in the center.
The other day I was in Facebook, as I am all the time, and I asked my friends if they had any ideas. Well the angels must have blessed Michelle from A Crafty Mix because she instantly said to add …
Of course, I’m getting ahead of my story.
Oh, I was not compensated for this product in any way, I just love the stuff!
Don’t leave your vintage whatchamakallits out in your foyer for a year?
Mix your paints with abandon?
Make sure you know the top from the bottom of a coffee roaster?
It is this: When in a jam, make sure you stay on Facebook! You never know when a friend will help you out! Thank you Michelle! Go check out her blog, it is amazing!
I hope you all enjoyed my wacky tale of the “Breen” vintage coffee roaster repurpose. I know it is far from gorgeous, but at least I got it out of the foyer. What would you have done with it? And did I really invent a new color?
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