I hope no one is too disappointed to realize that today’s post is nothing more than a thinly veiled sales pitch. Well … for that matter it’s not really even veiled at all. It just is a sale pitch.
Remember the tool box that I shared back in October?
It was snatched up right away by one of my local readers. There were a couple of additional readers who expressed interest in buying it, but they were too late.
However, I just happened to have more toolboxes on hand, so I told the 2nd interested party that I would paint another one for her.
As you can see, it’s not exactly the same. I used some different sections of the IOD Label Ephemera transfer on this one. But it’s very similar in style.
I also used a different color on the inside of this one.
This time I used Dixie Belle’s Flamingo to add a pop of color to the interior. Last time I used Peony.
Once again I also lined the bottom using one of re.design by prima’s decoupage tissue papers.
So, you must be wondering at this point, why is Q calling this a sales pitch when she already has a buyer lined up for it?
Well, my buyer didn’t follow through. I’ve reached out to her a few times but, as you can see, I still have the toolbox. I’m not complaining, I know full well that people get busy, life gets crazy, etc. The best laid plans and all … especially these days with COVID running rampant.
But I think it’s time for me to stop beating a dead horse, move on, and see if someone else wants to purchase it.
The price is $38 and the toolbox is 20.25″ wide x 8.5″ deep by 9.75″ tall. Quick update: I do have a buyer!
As you all know, I don’t like to ship things (I’m just not set up for it and so far haven’t found that I need to be) so the potential buyer will have to be a local who can pick it up. If interested, you can email me at email@example.com, or leave a comment here on the blog. First come, first served.
If there aren’t any takers, it will go in the pile of things I’m putting together for the next time I take a load of items to the shop that sells things for me, Reclaiming Beautiful in Stillwater, MN. I’m sure that eventually this piece will end up going to a good home!