This was an old mirror with a spring Currier and Ives scene that was water stained. I thought it needed a vintage white makeover.
I love how it came out, do you? Thank you Karen at The Graphics Fairy for the fabulous french advertising image. I intended this piece to go to the shop but loved how it turned out so I thought I'd see how it would fit in my nest somewhere, first the den...
No...perhaps in the bathroom...
No, maybe in the hall outside the bathroom...
No, what about in the living room on the mantel?
Definately not there...I can't take away my favorite mirror! Maybe it will look good in my craft room...oh and look at this painting isn't it to die for! It was my Mom's!
I do like it there but I decided that the frame is still a bit too country for me so off to the shop it went!
I finally remembered to bring my camera with me so a post on my booth at The Wrentham Country Store is coming soon!
I'm sure you all know the beautiful Anne and her fabulous blog Fiona and Twig! Well she was kind enough to feature my blog and Etsy shop in her post yesterday!!! Thank you so much Anne!!! She has a huge following and so many of them stopped by my new little blog with the sweetest comments. Please visit her blog for amazing photos (love her booth shots), and wonderful tales (she writes from the heart). Don't forget to visit her Etsy shop too...you know she made the homepage!!
Thank you to Kathleen at Faded Charm for hosting my favorite day, White Wednesday so I could share with you my old mirror makeover.