Thursday, May 24, 2012

Sweet Antique Chair and an ebay store

Finally I've had some time to write a full and complete post. This is about a sweet antique chair. This chair is made from solid wood, very heavy and guess what... it was made in Yugoslavia! I don't know why, but I think that's so cool!!! hahaha!!

So I made some home made 'robin's blue' paint...totally inspired by the bucket. Chose to go 'whisper white' with the rest, lightly distressed it and added a white rose. And this is how it turned out...


Before....I still have to work on the other one....






 Those are little hearts that I hand stitched and filled with some cotton...so shabby so chic!

 My inspiration for the colour!!! 
My favourite colour in whole wide world! Funny isn't it, how the colour matches those beautiful Tiffany boxes... (hint hint to husband!)





 That's my abstract take on a rose.


I also want to thank each and everyone for commenting on my posts, following my blog and/or just stopping by to read my posts...I cannot explain in words how much I love reading your comments and heartfelt thanks for the encouragement each word instils.

Also some other news...

La Maison Jolie rustic photo frames and provincial placemats are now available for worldwide purchase via ebay store: GOOD DEAL MARKETPLACE. Soon there will be more items available via the store.
So head on over and check it out!!!



Thanks so much for stopping by!

xox
Rani

4 comments:

  1. You did a wonderful job on your chair and the stencil flower makes it extra cute! I'm dropping by from No Minimalist Here and I'm now following you...I would love for you to follow me back. Thanks

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  2. That turned out very cute. And I love your flower bucket, too!

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  3. Came over from Functional Friday to see your chair. I love the blue and white together. She looks like she could fit in wherever you choose. I am glad that you are keeping your creative dream alive. I am 58 and have recently returned to canvas art after years of just painting furniture and doing craft activities with my students. The flame stays within you always!

    Distressed Donna Down Home

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