I have been wanting/looking (ok, ok stalking!) all of the local shops/junk yards/antiques in town, the internet, and basically anywhere I can thing of that could possibly have a vintage sled. However, I have been known for being a little bit on the frugal side.
I’m not even sure if that’s the right word to describe myself though.
Why? Because I’m sort of in between being a cheap skate and “I’m not going to spend that much”, if that even makes sense. I’m kind of like Barbie meets a budget. Only my measurements are a little more realistic. ;)
When I was much, much younger my mother used to tell me I had good taste because I always wanted everything that was super expensive. Now, I still have similar tastes, but I’ve just learned to make it all by myself instead. Win-win, right?
After seeing some incredible vintage sleds, but no where near my means to actually be able to afford one of those beauties, I decided to–yup, you know what’s coming next–create my own. Believe it or not, it wasn’t hard to make at all. Seriously. It took me one hour. That’s it! P.S. This post does include some affiliate links, but they are for your convenience. Please click here to read my full disclosure policy.
How to Build a Vintage Sled