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Monday, August 16, 2010

Thrift Shop Find....


I found this "what-not" shelf
at a local thrift shop yesterday...
it was 10.00.

I like how architectural it is,
but not sure I wan't to keep it white.
should I comb paint it & distress it?
what color?
it will be hanging in my shop's office, and will be used to hold my little treasures...
hallowe'en stuff, primitive knick-knacks, pincushions, etc....
I'll think a little more on what I should do,
but I welcome any & all suggestions!

I'll post pics of the big 'finish' soon!!

in the meantime,
please visit
www.midnightfarm.blogspot.com
to see two more of my finished dolls!
Blessings from the Farm,
Lori

4 comments:

Jeanne said...

What a great find ! I actually like it white, so I wouldn't change it (white can be so under-rated:)

susiedele said...

Hi Lori. It kinda depends on your wall color but I think black shows off little things nicely. It looks great whit, too. Neat find!

On yesterdays post...I sew with a Viking machine and have for many years...No oiling and no maintenance. She just keeps truckin.

GailinVirginia said...

I love old white look...shows off all your textures, etc. also, everything is looking so awesome...looking forward to the photos for your day of fun on the 21st...I learned to sew on my mother's first and only sewing maching, a Brother...it tolerated a young me...loved it:)
Gail

WoolenSails said...

Nice find and I think it looks nice as it is, already distressed. I think I might hit the thrifts this week, love finding treasures I can use for the house.

Debbie

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