The title…? Let me explain! Diane with YouTube channel ”Once Upon A Storage” had the great idea for a collaboration with a few other amazing YouTuber’s. Diane wanted to challenge us all to find a roadside rescue, a family hand-me-down, or a piece that was given to you, and transform the object or a space with what you found. It cannot be a thrifted object. It must be free. You can use purchased materials to spruce it up but the item(s) must be free find, something for free and use it as we please. I’m GAME!!!!
Honestly, I didn’t find anything recent. But….I will share with you what I had for years. This cabinet is one of two. It was sitting at the curbside waiting for me. Currently, I’m using it for storing my leftover paint. You guys know how I’m always painting something. So, I needed my own little stash that’s available when I need it.
Mason jars are used to store my leftover paint. Overtime when paint is left in the can it can rust or harden. Using mason jars helps with the solution of having yucky paint.
Target’s dollar bin has the cutest storage containers. I purchased these over the summer. The pail buckets are perfect for storing my test and sponge brushes. The bins are also from Target as well. Inside are my growing collection of spray paint. Don’t worry they do go fast.
Paint brushes, rollers, and paint liners are kept on the bottom shelf along with drop cloths and rags. This roadside rescue was meant to be. If you like to see a tour click on the video below.