Thursday, January 9, 2014

~thrifty thursday~ {industrial cake plate}

We've all been passing around the crud here, so posting may be
a little spotty over the next week or so, sorry about that.
I hope all of you are staying healthy, this is not fun!

So for todays thrifty Thursday project I have something super simple.
Directions are not even needed.

Last weekend we were traveling for my daughters soccer, and came across a recycle yard.
It was one that looked like it had really good junk, so I made my husband pull over.

A few minutes later I emerged from the wreckage with a plow blade and a conveyer roller.
He looked at me like I was crazy.
But look how cute they are when paired together?

who knew tractor parts could be so chic!



Lisa @ Fern Creek Cottage said...

So cute! You can't beat that awesome rusty patina!

Lucinda said...

Adorable, but I think it's a disc!

BECKY said...

They are definitely the perfect pair!! So creative, too!
Have a lovely day!

[email protected] said...

Dig it! super cool. Hope you and your family are on the mend soon.
Happy day.

Sew a Fine Seam said...

That is really cool Melaine! I'll have to ask my Brother in law for some old tractor parts!

Lady said...

I would see those two things and see them as is, two tractor parts! You're so creative!

Ashley @ Life with Kids said...

Cute! I wish I could go shopping with you. You have a great eye!

amy of studio four corners said...

absolutely perfect! I would definitely pull over for any piece of rusted fave...

Heather Salazar said...

I'm in love!

Great finds


Teddee Grace said...

That's a disc, and it sure is cute.
From Tillage: Tillage Implements

Disc Plough

The disc plough bears little resemblance to the common mouldboardplough. A large, revolving, concave steel disc replaces the share and the mouldboard. The disc turns the furrow slice to one side with a scooping action. The usual size of the disc is 60 cm in diameter and this turns a 35 to 30 cm furrow slice. The disc plough is more suitable for land in which there is much fibrous growth of weeds as the disc cuts and incorporates the weeds. The disc plough works well in soils free from stones. No harrowing is necessary to break the clods of the upturned soil as in a mouldboard plough.

Between You and Me said...

girl. i bet your man is questioning you in a junk yard less and less…you've got talent.

Kathy said...

If all my shopping was for tractor parts my Hubs would allow it all.....Hey have you seen the sign
Shopping with my Husband is like fishing with the game

My Notting Hill said...

So smart to pair those together. Such nice lines.

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