Have you ever sat down to write a blog about a new product you were so excited to share and it turned out sounding like a Dr. Seuss book?
From the book Green Eggs and Ham, by Dr. Seuss.
I am Sam. Sam I am. I do not like green eggs and ham.
From the blog Old Lake George, by Wendy.
This is a basket. This is the liner. You can put stuff in it to display.
Same cadence, right?
It’s like when you hear a jingle on TV while eating breakfast and then find yourself humming it while trying to keep quiet in the library.
Nationwide is on your side.
Or a song from high school plays on your favorite 80’s classic radio station as you are driving to the fabric store.
At check out the clerk tells you, That will be $86.75 please.
And you sing, 3-0-9.
Some things just get stuck in my brain. 🙂
So today I am going to embrace my inner Dr. Seuss and present to you the new liners I have made and my thoughts as to what they can be used for.
Oh the options you have! or as Dr. Seuss would say, Oh the places you’ll go!
This lined rustic metal egg crate is the called the Original.
I dove deep into my creative mind to come up with the name. That, plus it was the first liner I made. So, so deep.
The liner is a drop cloth with frayed rope ties. This is the strongest farmhouse feel and can be used in so many ways.
Storing wrapping paper, holding firewood, displaying rolled bath towels, organizing newspapers and magazines etc, etc.
All crates measure 15.5 tall and about 12 inches square. The patina on each crate is unique and rustic. No two crates are perfectly alike.
The Original can be found here.
Ready for a pop of color?
This one is called The Toy Basket and can be found here.
Here we have The Solar Flair. It can be found here.
Need more liner options? They can be found here.
Now go and sit in a sound proof room so you can get all of those jingles and Green Eggs and Ham stories out of your brain.