corral your crap

April 14, 2010 at 2:09 pm 3 comments

dear sir or madam,

ever wondered what to do with all that crap that’s just lying around?  may i humbly suggest these trays for all your storage needs.  the fancy crap tray would look wonderful on your wardrobe with your perfumes arranged just so.  your mancrap would look ever so manly in the pewter mancrap container; perhaps for the study or the mancave?  and of course, whose office is complete without a snarky comment graciously provided by the ‘you say it’s my crap like it’s a bad thing’ tray.  while these one of a kind, upcycled trays won’t solve your problems with crap, they will give you a place to put it all.  well, at least some of it.

each tray has been rescued by yours truly from one of the fine riverside, ca thrift store establishments and revived with just the right touches.  lovingly cleaned and stamped or decoupaged to bring out the individual features of each lovely piece.  then sealed so that you can wipe them down, should they ever need it.  they will develop a light patina over time to add to their uniqueness.

send no money now!  simply go to my etsy store and choose one of these instant heirlooms for yourself or as a gift for that special someone who deserves something this fabulous.

sadly, you will have to provide your own crap, as i do not provide my crap with these items, whatever the pictures may imply.


the sultana of the inland empire

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Amy Hadley  |  April 15, 2010 at 12:31 am

    Ha! I know the term “landing strip,” but I rather like “crap corraler” better. It’s true, isn’t it… if you just put your crap in a bowl or on a tray it’s suddenly organized.
    The “…like it’s a bad thing” is my favorite.:)

    • 2. Amy  |  April 15, 2010 at 2:53 pm

      Hi Amy,

      Thanks for your comment! I found Hey Now Whoa Now, subscribed (plus I’m following you on Twitter) and can’t wait to get the emails. I really like the look of your website, and am always looking for more ways to organize. There’s always more crap than places to put it all 🙂


      • 3. Amy Hadley  |  April 21, 2010 at 9:45 pm

        I recently heard a guy equate Americans’ cram-packed garages to our obesity epidemic. Touché! In my house, we’re trying to become minimalists. Not sure how well it’s going. But Chez Larsson ( <- love this blog!) inspires me!

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