While out antiquing this past summer we came upon a yard sale.
Not any yard sale but one that the Lions Club put on. So you knew the proceeds were going
to a great cause.
Remember I picked up this. I believe I paid $2.00. My hubby couldn't figure out why I wanted THAT!!!
Well after some painting and sanding....... This is how it turned out.
Wasn't quite sure where I was going to hang it.... then I found this at another sale.
I knew the two were a match and I hung them here.
Here is in the Master Suite. Just a peak.
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How pretty that little shelf looks! So much better in white. I love the plate too.ReplyDelete
Linda your shelf is beautiful. I love the Church plate. I can't wait to see more of your bedroom. It looks very pretty.ReplyDelete
How pretty! I have one of those in my garage we planned to paint white, it's gold though. Yours turned out just gorgeous with the vignette you created!ReplyDelete
That is just a perfect piece on your wall. I love those plates by Johnson Bros. Very nice.ReplyDelete
Beautiful wall ornament and the price can't be beat! ~ MaureenReplyDelete
Love that beautiful wall ornament. Don't you just love that Johnson's Brother plate. I have one just like it, I plan to display it after the holidays.ReplyDelete
What a great job! Love that pretty shelf painted like that. I have the same plate :) It is Johnson Bros. The friendly village collection. It's actually marked, School House. It's very sweet with the snow falling. I bid on a small collection through shopgoodwill.com (amazing btw) I just love the whole Friendly Village collection.I didn't get any of the school house, though. I got the mill, the covered bridge, etc. but they are all pretty! Very beautiful display!ReplyDelete
Very pretty Linda! I like the shot looking thru your mirror. Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Linda, I love this piece and the dish is great. Love the shot you took of this.ReplyDelete
Hi, Linda, you Meat Loaf listening girl.....hahhaaa...ReplyDelete
I am 10 yrs older than you...born last day of '37...just never got into that kind of music but now, I am DYING to hear BAT OUT OF HELL...maybe I can hear it on UTube...or ask my grands...they can tell me where to go to hear it.
I am lovin your cute shelf and plate...fun fun thrifting, hu?
I love the new color! And the plate looks so nice up there too.ReplyDelete
Have a great day.
What a pretty grouping you created. The hydrangeas are so pretty!ReplyDelete
I really LOVE it! It looks so much better with the paint job you gave it. I have a piece similar to that in my basement that I've been hanging on to. It's projects like yours that encourage me to keep things that might look better with a makeover.ReplyDelete
What a pretty addition and I love Friendly Village Plates! Take care, LauraReplyDelete
Great find and I love how your finished it. Looks so pretty with your dried flowers.ReplyDelete
love the changes you made to your sweet little shelf, and what a bargain!ReplyDelete
I love these corbel shelves. They can be used in so many different way. YOurs looks fabulous. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, MartyReplyDelete
This looks so amazing! I love the hydrangea!ReplyDelete
Have a blessed and wonderful day!