The next piece is an antique baby buggy I got at the Springfiled OH flea market in Sept. It was missing the inside but that's not a problem. My husband will cut a sturdy board to match the inside dimensions and add chain link and hooks on each corner so the height can be adjusted, shallow for a baby or deeper for toddler's. This may get used for photos shoots with "Photographs by Amy Oliver", (my daughter) or I may/can use it in my booth to display and hold smaller items.
Anyway, they buggy's original color was a horrible dark and drab olive color and going with my shabby look, I decided to paint it in an intentional non-perfect style with Old White chalk paint. I turned out fabulous and the color makes it suitable for all kinds of photo shoots and more. I really love the appearance!