Wood objects seemed to have been my theme this week.
I decided to visit a Salvation Army in a nearby town, I'm sad to say ours closed down several years ago. While walking around the furniture area, I spotted these three wooden spoons taped together with a price point of $1.54 (what an odd price system they had) sitting on a table. For some reason, these wooden spoons intrigued me, were they old, what sort of woman or perhaps a man cooked with them, and what sort of wonderful tastes did these spoons mix or stir? I really like the spoon with the deep bowl and round handle. I believe I might have found something new to collect. Any wooden spoon collectors out in blog land that would care to give me advice on wooden spoons?
I found this wood box with the iron handle at an Estate sale. It's not old but I like the shape and the way the metal handle was attached. It will now sit by my chair and hold my magazines.
This handmade wooden box is perfect for all of the children's books that I have recently purchased from the thrift stores. I have been searching the thrift store book shelves for the classic; The Little Red Hen, Red Riding Hood, and Three Little Kittens. This is a perfect container to hold them neatly.