Wait, that doesn't sound so pleasant and this display shelf is so cute.
I'll just admit it was found after digging through the years-old layers of Horror Monster.
Wait, that makes me out to be a terrible keeper of my house.
I will admit I am.
True confessions aside, this is how I found it. Painted turquoise on the back and sides.
A light spray of white for the inside.
As you can see it was a cassette tape case. I took out every other shelf to make bigger spaces to display some long-forgotten collection which has probably grown too big to even fit in this space now.
Distressed the front with turquoise and some brown glazing.
Stamped the spaces from 1 to 21.
Too bad there were not 25 spaces - perfect for an advent calendar.
I let the stamps slip on 14.
We'll just say I intentionally distressed it!
I tried it out as a display and I loved it.
No, I am not keeping it, but I am tempted.
No, it must go.
I scrounged up some of my glass creamers, Frozen Charlottes and floral frogs. Added some bottle brush trees and a silver trophy bowl of lace.
This close up photo is just for Danni at Silo Hill Farm. The Frozen Charlottes are nicely tucked in for naps on the shelves. Danni so loves these dolls.
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