I haven’t shown any of my recent finds, so here we go….WARNING….grab a cup of Joe, this is a long post….Aren’t these guys adorable?….they are painted with wood burning outlines on wood planks…they would be so cute in a country kitchen, a chicken coop or a vintage trailer! They are headed to my Etsy.
And I bought this for the frame but the more I look at it, the more I think I should keep it this way.
And this adorable little screen door just called …..”Karen”, put me on your back porch!” So, what could I do? I want to put my touch on it, too. Not sure what I will do to decorate it yet….
I have had my eye on this large picture for some time. I was inside the back room at Habitat for Humanity several weeks ago and spotted it. The kid, said his boss still hadn’t figured out a price. So I waited and waited and each time I went there, it was still in the back. So this last time I asked again. As you can see….it came home with me! It is a stunning frame. This does not do it justice. It is an original painting, not in the best of shape but still a beauty. The artist was born in the late 1800’s. It has a couple small tears in it and the whole back paper is a mess. The two little pictures I got at Goodwill in an auction. They are of local buildings in Spokane, Washington. (I have had these for awhile.)
I am sure, by now, you have figured out that I like frames….I thought this one was a beauty. I haven’t decided what to do with this yet. I was planning to make a blackboard out of it, originally. We shall see…
Is there a chicken theme, here today? lol It wasn’t intended….honest. I found this hot pad holder/key holder and I believe it deserves a home in my new vintage trailer.
I found this pretty little wood box right here in Cheney, Washington. We have a little antique store and I almost never go there! Silly me! This is going to hold my bling…for crafting. You will see some bling I made at the bottom of this post.
My daughter Tracy, gave me this fun old box for Christmas! I love it…I filled it with our next project.
Yep, working with vintage door knobs again! Can’t wait until Saturday’s project with Tracy.
Ok, here’s that bling, I promised…my first attempt. Just over a week ago, Sharon hosted a Mother/daughter craft day at her house and we all ‘blinged’ picture frames! It was so fun and everyone had a great time. This picture of us was taken in 1999.