Here is yet another rustic, primitive crate I found at the flea market. Let's just say I have never found one I didn't want to bring home. I think this one is more rustic than the last one.
I searched the internet and found a wonderful vintage style produce label for Albion oranges. But when I finished the crate, it just didn't look right so I am leaving this just painted without the label and will save that for yet another project. I copied the letter style on the label which was a three color logo. I rather like it this way. It's very patriotic and I should have kept it for closer to Memorial Day, but here it is.
My husband added the cross bar for me because there was no carrying handle. I hit it with two coats of Leafy Green by Rustoleum in the spray can. You can see it's still full of rustic wood and loosely placed nails.
It's still a great caddy and will hold a lot of things.
Here is what it looked like when I started. It looks a little better now. What do you think?
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