9/10/11

Metal Picnic Love

The neighbor-lady-down-the-street sale was Meh. Found nothing, there didn't seem to be vintage stuff like there was during her last sales. Next time.




But finding THIS at another sale made up for it. After I get the sharpie marker buffed off.

Enjoy your day! Sonya

4 comments:

Leslie said...

Take a dry erase marker and write over the Sharpie. Wipe it with a paper towel and voila the Sharpie marks will disappear. I learned that from the teachers at school who accidentally marked their overhead projectors with the wrong pen. I have had to use this technique on some Pyrex finds. Works like a charm!

Take care
Leslie

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

what is it? lol - i'm clueless even though you said "picnic love," it doesn't look like anything i've ever seen on a picnic.

Sonya --Dime Store Thrift said...

Leslie...Thank You for the tip!!
Teresa, the plan is to treat it like a tiffin...ice in the bottom and cold stuff closest to that, on up to stuff that doesn't need to stay cold. I have also seen these referred to as pie carriers, but I like the picnic idea better;)

CelticDragonfly said...

Rubbing Alcohol will get sharpie off! I use sharpies on my white boards and using rubbing alcohol to get it off.