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March 10, 2015



Only you would post a collection of dust pans! I love the bright blue one. Amazing the difference between the two pink ones. Glad you found a new one.

Musings from Kim K.

Annette stole the words right out of my mouth! Only you would find enough to make a collection. Who would have guessed there would be so many colors! Neat.


These are wonderful. They would make a great valance in a laundry room, all hung up in a row along the top of a window.

Lisa W.

Pretty in pink ! A fun and most unusual collection ... I love the way you think ! I really like Jennifer's idea of a laundry room valance as well.


of course you collect dust pans!
happy day my friend!


What are the odds of finding another pink dust pan identical to the one that got ruined? I have three old dustpans and they are hanging in my laundry room. I'll have to be on the lookout for some child sized ones for Norah to play with. You can bet I will be putting that little girl to work when she comes and visits me. Her mama owes me :-)



That is a cute collection. I saw once where they had a collection of those little straw hand brooms hanging on an old rake head. I was thinking your dustpan collection would look so cute next to that!


Love your collection! The only dustpans I've seen at sales are big industrial ones or cheapy plastic ones. I look at everything so differently now because of you and your collections and how your repurpose vintage things πŸ˜ƒ
They look great altogether in your last pic😊


Neat collection! I have two or three (yikes) of the variety with graphics on them and can never quite figure out how to display them. Bummer the paint didn't hold up outside.


They do have a charm. Nostalgia is my besetting sin (well one of them)and so often your collections brings back a long forgotten memory. Great brain exercise. And now I am remembering the yellow tin dust pan my mom hung in the cellar stairwell with a loop of yard on a ten penny nail she hammered into the wall. I'm also remembering the stricken look on my dad's face when he saw her handiwork. What is it with men and nail holes anyway? Angels to you, and best wishes for a profitable Spring selling season.

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