I am in the midst of lots of projects around here and I love it!
I am working on two room makeovers in my house, pieces for my booth at the shop as well as pieces for our white show.
Today I have a few finished projects to share with you that I am bringing in the shop later today.
Before more snow comes.
Jim and I will be completing phase two of my booth makeover too (as for phase one, we painted one wall last week and it looks wonderful)!
I picked up some flour sack towels last week and with help of The Graphics Fairy embellished a few to tuck in my booth...
It was my first time using iron on transfer paper and it was fun.
I plan on making more for the white show.
A few weeks ago I picked up an
ugly unwanted trunk at a thrift shop.
I wish I took a before photo, it was dark wood with some fruit painted on it. Here is what it looks like now...
I used the modge podge method on this one. As you can see I rubbed a bit too hard in a few places, but I like it...perfectly imperfect!
I am saving this for the show. I am hoping to have a corner full of old trunks and suitcases.
A few weeks ago Mary Ellen and I went treasure hunting and I found a small, old bureau.
Again, I forgot to take a before photo.
I gave it a quick coat of paint and now it is ready to go in my booth...
Simple and Sweet!
This past Sunday was my three year blog anniversary!
It has been a great adventure so far and I feel like I have just begun!
Thank you for visiting!!
Joining the fun with
Becky at Timewashed for Blissful Whites Wednesday
and Kim at Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesdays