Vanity times two.
I was looking for one.
And found two homespun lasses.
Both needing a makeover.
First I ripped off those sad skirts and the fake leather tops.
(Really gingham and calico and leather - what kind of fashion statement is that!?!)
There were ten trillion small nails holding the skirts to these girls.
Yes, I counted!
The blue one is strictly homemade.
The other is not, but she is missing some parts.
Like a drawer.
But you know me, missing body parts never deter me.
The blue lass was heavily sanded.
And that was that.
Quite naked, but charming.
I imagine her with a creamy white tutu.
The red lass I painted with a green homemade chalk paint.
Except her top.
I created a linen look by dragging a stiff bristled brush and a rough paper towel over and over until I like what I saw.
Hauled both girls over to Riverfront Antique Mall.
I am thinking of some sweet vintage Christmas items for her top.
The green chairs?
Oh, I will tell you about them later.
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