I just finished a dresser yesterday, and it was delivered to her new home today! I don’t always get to see the new space, but I am so glad I got to see this one! Now let me tell ya… This dresser is a classic piece, that was a BIG BROWN BEAST!! I had a customer come in the shop and we talked about painting it, GRAY & WHITE. So here ya go. I LOVE how just painting something can give it a whole new life. BEFORE, it was such a big masculine piece, AFTER, it was a light girly piece. What a huge difference!!!
BIG BROWN BEAST!
SHABBY WHITE LOVE!!
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“Yes, you read right! This is the world-famous “Tisch-Bumbass”. a real cool one man jazz band that requires absolutely no talent to play —- just nerve….Beautifully hand-carved in Germany and made of the finest materials, your ‘Tisch-Bum-bass’ will survive the wildest parties.” – Escapade Magazine, August 1962.The wildest parties. (You know? The ones with pretzels?)
This was Escapade Magazine, August 1962. I was born in 1968. So my takeaway from reading this was teasers like her in 1962 were hopelessly drawn to guys who can play the pie pan. tambourine, bicycle horn, cedar… Read More
5.0 x 6.4 cm
I’m supposed to be able to write about everything I put in this dumpster. While this object is already included, I think I’ll keep what it means for myself.
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While many people today think the only products made by The Peter Paul Company (now a division of the Hershey company since 1988) are the famous Almond Joy and Mounds bars, that isn’t true. They offered other kinds too, but a much smaller variety than competitors Hershey, M&M/Mars and Nestle. Being 4th ran against these giants made them that way.
Caravelle was introduced in the early ’70s to compete with the similar Nestle’s $100,000 bar (known the 100 Grand bar since the mid-’80s). But whereas the $100,000 bar tastes processed and is kind of rubbery, Caravelle was lighter and sweeter tasting.
They also had this famous TV commercial with an earworm jingle. I remember seeing this frequently when I was growing up in the ’70s.
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This piece is just a random classic small dresser. It was the shinny cherry wood, and the top was in bad shape! What’s a girl to do with such a mess? Throw it away… some might say. I shutter to think! I painted it black and used my favorite paper on top, to cover the scars from it’s past! Now this beauty will live on. A make over and a new owner is all she needed to shine!! I used wallpaper paste to adhere the paper to the top! You can find this wonderful paper at http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cakevintage.com%2FPhotoGallery.asp%3FProductCode%3DKP401&h=MAQENJO42
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‘Cause I wanted to. THE END!! Okay, okay, just kidding. The change may appear surprising to those who don’t know me . For those that have not promptly followed my journey, to begin with, fuck you!!! What about this [points to self radically ] causes you to believe I do not need your continuous love and affection? […]
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Well, here she is all done! As I was putting the hardware on, a customer came in and BOUGHT IT! I was actually going to add “feet” but she liked it the way it is! After it was all done, I stained the top dark walnut to bring in a nice contrast! On to the next project!!
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1.6 x 1.6 x 1.6 cm
I made a bunch of handles for a piece of art many years ago. In fact, I made too many handles. I kept the excess. There is no story here. Perhaps just indication of a reticence to waste, perhaps just indication of reticence to let go. I’m going to stop typing now.
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