It is Sunday morning.
Let's have some quickies!
I was busy all Saturday working to complete projects.
Let's see a few of them.
Remember these two baskets from Friday Finds?
They both were sprayed Navajo White.
Yes, the brass basket came out much darker.
I distressed it with sandpaper.
I am loving this look and will be on the lookout for more hammered metal things.
No distressing needed to make this one pretty.
With my fake hydrangeas.
I started on these two silver items back in November.
I went as far as painting them Heirloom White.
Then it was time to decorate for Christmas so they went to live in a box under the craft room table right next to Scout's bed.
He did not mind.
Some heavy sanding revealed peeks of the silver.
I like to use these for odds and ends instead of food.
The cut work trays are useful all over the house.
Again used heavy sanding to reveal the engraved design in the center.
All four items will be at Riverfront Antique Mall in Booth W-10.
Sissie of Sissie's Shabby Cottage asked me if I had any vintage flat hangers.
I did. I did.
I had a stack of them painted with the Farragoz method in a delicate pink.
She bought some of them, and I decided to stamp on the others.
Stamped "PARIS" on the front.
Stamped a Paris address on the back.
Tied a pink ribbon around the hook.
So pretty paired with an eyelet Jeanne D'Arc Living tunic I bought at sissiecakes.
Available in a set of six hangers in my Etsy shop.
Be sure to use the coupon below.
Soon the six of us who participated in Tania's Thrift It, Gift It, Facelift It Challenge will reveal our finished results.
Get your pinning fingers ready.
See what I received from Kim HERE.
So if I worked all Saturday on projects, will there be anything to share on Friday?
Oh. My. Word.
You will NOT believe what I found Friday.
I am bursting at the seams to tell.
But I won't.
Use this discount code to receive 10% off your purchase at the Distressed Donna Etsy store:
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