The good news keep on coming. Object Rehab is now available at RetroHaus in SouthTown, where you can find lots vintage furniture and accessories from the 1950s to early 1980s. There’s also a wide variety of housewares, outdoor furniture, vases, lamps, bar-ware, industrial-type furniture, up-cycled shabby chic, industrial letters, re-purposed items and vinyl!
Don’t miss the Inaugural First Friday event on June 7th, it’s going to be fun! There will be Local Artisans, music by DJ Jive Bomber and more!! Come and get something cool for your house and support your local economy!
Here are all the details:
June 7th, 2013 @ 7:00 pm
640 S. Presa
San Antonio, Texas 78210
Regular Store Hours:
Tue – Thu: 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Fri – Sat: 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
TOMORROW Saturday May 11 10am- 6pm .
If you live in San Antonio and you are PRO local direct economy and you love to see the faces of the people that make your products and produce your food you have to come to the SOFLO Market. Come get a cool unique gift for your Mother right before her day. There will be not only original hand made Arts and Crafts but also a Farmers Market and Food Trucks, usually you get them all separate but here you’ll find them ALL! And for all the dog lovers there will be dog adoptions by SA R.O.C.K.S.
I’ll have more rehabilitated T-shirts for $5 bucks each. And also of course a bunch of new Wine planters, Ego-Cooking mirrors and more….. Check out the images below.
Here is the event flyer with all the details as well as their website and Facebook page:
See you there!
I’ve been seeing a lot of wine bottle cutting everywhere on the internet lately and thought I wanted to give it a shot. After some lousy attempts to do my own I gave up the idea for a while and one day a friend came with a bottle cutter he made based on a YouTube video he saw and explained me how to do it. He basically managed to mount a regular glass cutter in a piece of plywood so that it doesn’t move while you make a straight cut around the bottle by rotating it. After having the cutting line around the bottle you just need to warm the bottle with a candle flame all around the cutting line and then put ice around it , do this back and forth until the bottle breaks apart. After this you can sand the edge with a tough sanding paper to make it smooth and safe.
This is what i came up with.. from a wine bottle I made a hanging planter and a glass. The planter has pebbles in the neck so you can see easily if you over-water and the cork is drilled so the excess can come out. I hope it inspires you to make your own.