Hey friends...just a quick update on my little display shelf project.
Remember the very cheap and not real wood
shelving unit I bought?
Well after a little ASCP and some
antique sheet music
I now have a respectable home for my stock of
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
I believe she will do quite nicely!
All decked out in vintage loveliness.
Great adjustable shelves are a plus.
A little added decorative trim
Yes, I think this will do just fine!
I located a Habitat Restore near me and I was amazed at the cool offerings.
Look at these wonderful solid oak planked cabinet doors.
These are high quality tung and groove planks...very heavy.
As soon as I saw them I thought of hand painted market signs.
Maybe with some French lettering
or cool farm market advertising.
Only $2.00 a piece!!
I spent the day designing four new couture aprons for a new client.
I was handed a box a vintage linens that have been in her family for a long time.
My scissors were whipping through these linens with glee.
It was not a sight for those with a weak stomach.
She has requested aprons for herself, a sister, her mom and her best friend.
Christmas gifts....what fun!
It felt so great to play with vintage linens and fabric again.
I've really missed my sewing machine.
I swear I heard the foot pedal giggle a little when I pressed it
Until next time...be kind and stay creative.