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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Vintage Hanging

Today is a special occasion on Coloradolady's Thursday. You will witness a vintage hanging. Many more interesting showings can be found at http://coloradolady.blogspot.com



 Galvanized bucket hanging.

These type buckets can be used for so many things. I have a few.  They make great planters and watering containers.

13 comments:

Trisha said...

So useful & love the look!

~Trisha

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

I love galvanized buckets. They're getting so hard to find around here; I ask about them at every yard sale I go to.

Jill said...

They are great for planting!

Joy@aVintageGreen said...

Great collection of tin. I am going over to Coloradolady to see. Have a great week LV.
Joy

bj said...

I dearly love old buckets....these are awesome.
Hope all is going good with you.
xo bj

Mary said...

I love old buckets, they have so much character and you can use them for many different things!

Sue McPeak said...

Gosh LV, I was almost prepared for the 'Gallows' with your Title...Vintage Hanging!!! LOL!!! Glad to see it is Buckets that were hanging. What a neat collection, too. Happy VTT.

the cape on the corner said...

what a great collection. i've got one bucket i'd like to use as a planter next spring.

Jeanne said...

The grouping really looks nice together. These would be fun to collect!

Sally Annie Magundy said...

I love those LV! I keep seeing them at the swap meet by us and I long to get some.

Happy VTT!

Brenda Kay Ledford said...

Thank you very much for visiting my blog and leaving the comment. You have a wonderful blog. I like this posting very much. The buckets remind me very much of my childhood. These buckets are useful for many things. We used to use them to water our garden, pick green beans, and milk the cows. Great blog.

ThrifterSisters said...

I have lots of those buckets around our property. I love to use them as planters.

Happy Holidays!

Erica

racheld said...

I just love these!! I can see a foot tub or two, several carry-buckets, a spouted one, and a couple of slender white ones that I swear are the stove-pipe buckets of the well out on Mammaw's old Home Place.

Chris just bought me a #2 galvanized tub, and we put it upside down right outside our bedroom windows---like sleeping under an old tin roof in the rain.