Dumpster Diving Diva

Above is a shot of my infamous 1940's wood lawn chair -the one that I discovered in a dumpster. It's been living the life of Riley ever since, appearing onstage in my seminar setups, and in countless stores as a display prop. In between, she lives on my front porch.

Since you all tease me about my tales of dumpster-diving and rescuing things from curbside trash to use as display props, I thought I'd share this pretty darned good reason to start doing it yourselves:
Priceless Art Found In Dumpster You just never know what you're gonna' find!

(Don't forget to take the antibacterial lotion with you.....!)


  1. the only downside to dumpster diving is that there is so much out there to have, I run out of space to keep it. (ha). I have done it for years and have found wonderful things. Glad to know even divas dive in dumpsters

  2. Hi Deb
    I have been dumpster diving for years. We have a fabulous recycle where I live, but I am still always fishing great stuff from the dumpsters. What a great chai!

    Thank you so much for the wonderful comment that you left on our blog.

    Mixing Whimsy