hope your weekend was great! I’ve been working on my dining room projects and I wanted to add a pop of color. when I moved my cubbies to my craft room, it left a bare spot, which I filled with this vignette.
first, I took a grain sack-$10 and attached it to my gothic frame.
then, the garage sale cabinet was painted with martha stewarts “enamelware” paint. and a clock knob-hobby lobby- was added.
here’s the before… and after.
I love the patina of my 3 ironstone platters, ceramic clock face and the vintage silverware.
my cloche is sitting on an old birdcage base, and an iron stone plate, that is topped with one on my cd clock faces.
sharing with mission possible’s tuesday’s party--adding pops of color. I used paint and did it in my style! check out the rest or join in the fun, with any of these clever girls—andrea, karianne, karah, kelly or linda!
thanks for stopping, and have a great week!
also sharing with some of these,
common ground, faded charm, feathered nest,funky junk, cottage garden party,simple and sweet fridays, freckled laundry, ivy and elephants, home sweet home,shabbilicious friday, very merry vintage, totally transformed tuesday, sweet living, rustic restorations, junkin joe's, the farmhouse porch, vintage farmhouse