Etsy shop ( after I embellished and cleaned them of course). I couldn't pass them up. I have an entirely new idea for these, check the shop soon.
These crystal candlesticks were super cheap and I don't have any exactly like these, so that made them keepers. More finials coming your way.
This is my stash of rhinestone jewerely that I bought. I plan to bling out some of my silverplated mirror trays. Again, check the Etsy store soon.
I wasn't sure about these two peices but I got them from my brother in Al so that made them keepers, at least for a while. I found them on ebay so, I may put them in my vintage shop.
I definitely plan to remove this fabric and get some ribbon from May Arts and create a dream of a shade for a little girl's room. My new neice just might get this. This was from a little consignment shop along the route. Don't overlook those. but alas my daughter drew the line at letting me go into a Goodwill store in Dunlap, TN.
What is this you ask? This is a pile of 18 white t-shirts I spent $3.00 for them. I have been planning on having my daughter make a t-shirt rug for her room and this was a great find. I saw one on Pinterest and can't wait to try it. Since my shirts are 6X shirts and some are long sleeved I think I'll have enough fabric. Now to start cutting 1"x4" strips. Whew!
These 2- 22"x24" wood frames were also $2 each. The one on the left has already been primed and is ready for a coat of silver paint and more. Then it's headed to N.C. to a certain college professor as a new bulletin board for her office. I'll be sure to show you the finished product.
Well, that's it. Can't wait to get started on some of these projects and more. I got some great ideas for my May Arts projects too. Don't forget to check out their blog May Arts where I will be contributing as a Cameo Ribbonista.