Belts aren't just for keeping your pants up, no sir! 🙂 While on vacation in the Wildwoods, I had to make my usual trip to Cape May to see my favorite architectural style of Victorian homes. We stopped in to see the bunker, the USS Atlantus which is the concrete ship that sank just off… Continue reading Belts aren’t just for keeping your pants up, no sir!
Ok...this is a bit more chic than shabby but you get the idea. I can't find the lampshade that I originally had on it. You are probably wondering how I could lose a lampshade but then again you have not seen my stash of lampshades, LOL......... 🙂 This is so easy to make. I collect… Continue reading Shabby chic lamp made by me
Source:http://dreaming-n-color.blogspot.com/2011/05/trash-chandelier-turned-dessert-tray_06.html This also is so adorable and what a great way to use those old outdated brass chandeliers!! Follow the source link and see how this clever lady did this. This blog journey just keeps gettin' better!
Source: http://sewkidz.typepad.com/sewkidz/2010/05/tea-cup-lamp.html This is adorable, especially for a little girls room. I make lamps from old lamp parts and it is really neat to come up with different combinations. One of my fav lamps I have made is a shabby chic lamp which is still in my bedroom. Many parts can be sanded and spray… Continue reading Teacup lamp