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Archive for May, 2013

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The Inconsolable Print

This print, titled The Inconsolable, is by Diana Thorne.  It is sold by Ballard Designs.

I love this print so much.

I’ve had my eye on this print for some time now.  It speaks to me.

Sally 2

Wonder why?

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China Cabinet Update (Sooooo Late, I know)

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After trying each of these different wrapping papers out, I chose the top one shown above.

Design Chosen!

This was super easy.  I used removable poster tape so when I take it down later there shouldn’t be any damage.

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And here is the final product!  Well…not exactly final since I don’t have everything put back into the cabinet in this picture.  I guess I got impatient in my picture taking.

I think this was a big improvement over having it plain.  I’ve seen this exact china cabinet painted and it looked pretty nice, however I think I will leave mine in it’s original state and spruce up the interior now and then for a little character which can easily be changed.  I bought this at a consignment shop a few years ago and fell in love with it just the way it is!

The Vintage Stand

Why did she make things? Well ... she enjoyed it of course.

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