A Triumph and a Quandry

Thursday, August 21, 2008

I didn't realize how important it was to update often. I am remissed. Bloggers forgive me it has been 4 days since my last post. As I said before I really like turning found objects into something useful the thingy to the right was purchased about four years ago at the good old Habitat for Humanity Store. I still don't know what it is but it has found it's niche in my home. I still would love to know what it is if anyone has any insight. It screws apart into four different pieces. I now use it to hold my many dangling earrings(I took most of them off because it looked "cluttered"), and it does a pretty darn good job of it. See where it belongs in my somewhat befuddled closet. I really love jewelry!

I have these other things that I bought recently that I can't figure out what to do with. I bought them originally to put Margarita jell-o in and make shots. Well, they wouldn't hold water. But I still think they are pretty cool and I am just waiting for their potential to become obvious to me. If you have any ideas please let me know. Also, if you know what their original purpose was I would love to hear it. I have since seen more at my friendly neighborhood goodwill but without knowing what to do with them I didn't want to buy them. The lids come off of both sides. There is a flower shaped one and a star shaped one. HELP!


Victoria said...

Are they bread molds? So you can make pretty sandwiches? I don't really have a clue!

Where is a Habitat for Humanity store around here???? Are you holding out on me? I would love to go!

Sarah Kate said...

It was in Toccoa, I would love to find one though. It was much cheaper than the goodwill.

Christina said...

Yep, Vic was correct. Here is a link.

There is a Habitat Store. I'll send Vic an e-mail and she can forward to you.

Christina said...

oops, the copy and paste didn't work, so I'll send that to Vic too.

Jen r. said...

HI! I wanted to stop by and say hi for visiting!! I am stumped on the "earring holder" but I have to say you made great use of repurposing it!:) Very cool! I think the others are pampered chef bread molds.. Jen R