It's summer time and the living is tricky, so I only have a whizzy quicky fix this week.
How to rid my household of the less than perfect. We have quite a lot of "less than perfect" around here, a thoroughly disgraceful ratio of good to bad. But what to do with all the "rejects?"
Photograph the perfect next to the imperfect. Mark with a tick and a cross to help some people see the fault that is all to obvious to my family. Figure out the right price for the "perfect" deduct 25cents and then offer one perfect and one imperfect at 25 cents to the clientele with one rule:-
if you buy the "perfect" then please also buy the imperfect, buy both.
It's a gimmick but ever so gradually we are whittling down the reserves of imperfect stacked in the garage.
And yes you're right. Whilst we were away in England my daughter whisked away the tables and replaced them with a market stall! Home made! All from recycled materials. What a little star she is!