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|BREADED BAKED EGGPLANT SLICES|
|SAUTEED EGGPLANT TOFU AND PASTA|
|EGGPLANT STUFFED WITH CURRIED GROUND BEEF AND BROWN RICE|
|EXAMPLE 1 REAL COACH PURSE |
Note the symmetrical C signature. Authentic Coach purses are available from authorized retailers, department stores and Coach outlet stores. It's possible you have an authentic purse that was your own, or a relative's, or you believe that one you have acquired is the real thing. Unfortunately, due to varying characteristics of counterfeit Coach purses, we believe that only a Coach representative can verify authenticity of their product.
So, please do not bring real/authentic Coach items to sell at our market.
Photo Source: coach.com
| EXAMPLE 2 COUNTERFEIT COACH PURSE|
Quick tell: Cs are not symmetrical. Unfortunately, you may find outright counterfeit purses for sale at resale shops, thrift stores, garage sales, purse parties and/or online and brick and mortar wholesalers. It doesn't make it any more legal. Please do not bring them to resell at the market.
|EXAMPLE 3 DILUTED COACH PATTERN G? O? |
Unfortunately, you may also find these types of purses for sale at resale shops, thrift stores, garage sales and/or online and brick and mortar wholesalers. It doesn't make it any more acceptable to our guidelines.
Please do not bring them to resell at the market.
We consider this purse counterfeit and will not allow it to be sold.
|Pallet measures approximately 21.5" x 31.5"|
I removed a center slat from the front to open up the
shelf and attached to the back.
|Slats removed from a larger HT pallet. Use a mallet to gently loosen boards, |
and a hammer to pry out the twisty screws. It's not that hard to remove the slats,
just be patient and they will eventually loosen.
Cut slats to size for shelves and back. I used a hacksaw. A Sawzall is definitely on my birthday list.
|Rough design before assembly. I added two shelves. |
The lower one is permanently screwed in and the upper one (on an angle) is removable.
|Close-up of permanent shelf with support block|
|This idea evolved. I had a nice piece of wood that was too short to reach across to be used as a |
permanent shelf. Decided to make it removable to display taller items if needed.
Photo is a close-up of the shelf resting on support screws in the front and back of frame.
|Front-after sanding and assembly.|
Added slats to the bottom shelf and on top to cover the
cut out pallet handles that were part of the frame.
|Don't have all the "before" photos, but you can see what the pallet looked like. Literally sawed it in half and reconnected and reinforced it with scrap wood. Added scrap 4 x 4s leftover from the old swing set to raise the height.|
|The backside looks a little rough and I am looking for a few more pieces of scrap wood to trim it. There is a nice compartment it the back for storage or to place our favorite LED light & glass insulator combos.|
|Color it up: I used a variety of paints and stains leftover in the garage. |
They have all withstood several rain showers.
|STEP 1: 2 worn, soft tires. About 14" diameter|
|STEP 2: Outline the petals with chalk or contrasting marker|
|STEP 3: Use a utility knife or box cutter and follow along the outlines.|
This tire was so soft, it took only 10 minutes to do the cutting.
|STEP 4: Turn tire inside out. Not too hard, since tire was soft and pliable.|
|When inverted, the rim becomes a pedestal!|
|STEP 5: Spray paint top portion. Be sure to paint inside the|
petals as they will be visible. Priming is not necessary and you can
use any type of outdoor spray paint.
|STEP 6: Spray paint bottom portion and rim|
The center of the rim has a hole for built-in drainage. I recommend lining tire with garden cloth.
Can't wait to fill it!
*Please note that tire planters are for decorative use only and you should not be used for vegetables, herbs, fruits or any edible plant because of chemicals in the rubber and paint.
|Tire planter posing with a recycled pallet bench. More about the bench soon!|