One fugly lamp.... free. This will soon be transformed into a shabby chic treasure.
Love the flowers and leaf pattern.
It actually works, so no rewiring will be necessary. The glass globe also lights up.
So the transformation begins. I will keep you updated.
One old twig basket for the garden... free.
An old rusty lunch pail.... free.
Plant stand for the potting table.... $1.00. Some paint maybe?
I love love love it when fabulous treasures find me. This was $1.00! I couldn't tell what it was when it was in the plastic bag, but I could see the fantastic detail on the links and that is all I needed to know.
Click for a closer look. Yes, I did the happy dance when I figured out that it was a necklace.
I showed it to a jeweler friend, and he said that it isn't silver (who cares, it ROCKS!), but it is old. Most likely from India.
The butter dish is silver-plated... $2.50! The set of four appliqued napkins was $2.00.
These doilies are now part of my Halloween mantel decorations. They were $1.00. This set of hand-appliqued napkins was $1.00.
A embroidered, square table-topper with what looks like hand-made lace trim. There are a few small moth holes in it, but for $1.00 who cares?
The Old Hippie has been asked to drill a hole in the bottom of each of these. Perfect for a kitchen window herb garden.
This lace panel curtain was $0.25. I just couldn't leave it there....
I'm a sucker for lace....
MOON SONG #12 of 99
Peace, love, and happiness,