Thursday, December 17, 2009

The potting tables Josh makes. I was trying to bling it up a little for Christmas.

Old bottle and button bouquets

Crusty old soap dish, notice the red dice tell the date, 25, Merry Christmas!

Glittery ice letters... Dressing up my potting table for Christmas, love the them at Canton, First Monday...Not really the right kind for my button bouquets, though.

This is just a Nativity from the Dollar Store. It is placed on a cake stand. The screen in the background was a great little junk find... The Come let us adore him sign from $ store also, but it looked rich.

In the
Spring this might have garden tools hanging from it, but now it is lit for Christmas, with red berries from the yard...


Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

This right here is great! The potting table AND how you decorated it. Tell me about the crown. I need to go the dollar store, don't I? Love it all! ~Mindy

Vanessa said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE that nativity! I can't believe you bought that at the Dollar Store! Love your craftiness! You are very talented! Thanks for the visit!

Corn in My Coffee Pot said...

I love that nativity-- and had one in my hand and didn't buy! I have since wished I had... because now I'm having buyer's remorse IN THE REVERSE ORDER! I thought they would have made beautiful gifts- when I went back WAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS they were all gone.
Very sweet!

I love what you did with your old doors, btw.
I am working on a few old doors myself-- but not ready for the reveal. I hope to be done with it soon.

Thanks for the inspiration-- I found your blog through Mustard Seed's furniture friday...

Dreama said...

Hey! Isn't that my potting table now??? Ha Ha!!

Prior said...

NO, this is a copy for sale... Don't you need an inside one???? LezLee

Barbara Jean said...

absolutely love the potting bench your husband made.
Does he do them to sell?
And love how you have it all jazzed up for Christmas.
Love the glassware on the rake, a great idea!!

all so sweet.
A box of buttons would go a long way on your button trees.

thanks for sharing


barbara jean