Garage Sale TREASURES for Assemblage Art

Since making my first-and-as-yet-only Piece of Assemblage Art, I’ve been collecting stuff, and man, the collecting part is as fun as the making part….

I spent $58 and scored all this – YOWZA!!

Fancy Caligraphy set – I’ll use the nibs for some sort of head dress

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Metal Filligree Mirrors and Porcelain Hands

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DumbBell Weights – 8 of ’em.  Probably use them as wheels.

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Candle Sticks that come apart into three pieces

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Drafting Tools

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Butterfly Head

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Miscellaneous Jewellery

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Fancy Tin

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Eight Inch Letters – B  E  L  I  E  V  E

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Fiskar Scissors – 22 Pairs.  I’m hoping that I can pry the plastic off and use the metal cutting parts as, ummmmm, Mouths?  Beaks?

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Beautiful Red Dominoes

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Licence Plates – 50 of em!!!  Torsos?

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Adorable little Mini Colanders – Hats?

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This beauty was something that a friend found for me at a Thrift Store for $25 (Thank you Lauren!).  I’ll completely disassemble it to get at the Keys and Key Arms – Wings?  Dragon Spikes?

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Got and idea regarding what I can use this stuff for?

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7 Responses to Garage Sale TREASURES for Assemblage Art

  1. Jo says:

    WHAT WONDERFUL TREASURES!

  2. The favorite one says:

    I heard way back when that you can make words with the typewriter!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Suz says:

    Wowsers ,..love your treasures .. you creative abilities at full force ,. I can imagine the wonderful pieces you have found .. The inside of the typewriter will be hundreds of piece to use 🙂

  4. Jen says:

    Did you go thru the boxes in your own garage? I bet there are some treasures in there as well.

  5. Lou says:

    Wow, I can’t wait to see your creations

  6. Marcia Beckett says:

    Okay….. I can`t wait to see what you do with all these treasures. Hope you and Paul are doing well Big hugs, Marcia

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