Hello friends...hope you are all enjoying the week.
Yesterday I spent some time
glittering my two Fox Den booths up for the upcoming
Please excuse the odd tint on my photos.
It is very hard for me to get a good picture with the
lighting in this huge place.
But you get the idea I hope.
Lots of glittered paper wreaths and ornaments.
It's funny how things come round again.
Back in the 80's I can remember making
construction paper cone wreaths to decorate
my son's elementary classrooms.
Now you can find these decorations on many blogs
being made with vintage sheet music.
What's old is new again!
The owner of the Fox Den is an avid collector
and whenI told him about the sheet music decorations, he GAVE me a huge stack
of fabulous vintage sheets, thank you Tom.
I won't ever run out!
This is a really nice French side table I just restyled.
It was a very nondescript 70's maple. The golden maple did not really enhance the french
legs and curves.
I painted her Paris Grey and Old White with clear and dark wax.
I painted right over the outdated and worn leather inserts..no problem.
I think she is quite pretty now.
This gal has got some serios curves.
All my silver is glowing and my little handmade holiday trees are
More sheet music ornaments with German Glass glitter.
So easy and fun to make.
Let me know if you need instructions on the decorations.
Leave me a comment
Baskets of holiday cheer and twinkling white lights
My holiday tree is displaying all my pretty handmade ornaments.
I have much more to bring
to the shop and will be sure to take more photos.
will be having it's annual
Holiday Open House
On Dec 3rd, 2011
Refreshments will be served
along with much holiday
I will be doing a demonstration with
will raffle off the sweet 2 tired table I will be painting.
I will also be showing visitors
how to create their own
Vintage Sheet Music Decorations.
It should a festive *fun time!
Until next time...be kind and stay creative.