In my last post, I told you of a great (Enid) Collins of Texas purse I found on a buying trip. I have yet to find another one like it online so for now I am keeping it. That little purse has started another collection.
Here is my newest, which I quickly snagged off Etsy with a Mothers Day gift certificate from the oldest son:
I have already received many compliments from all the gals in my life! They guys not so much. They kind of roll their eyes.
We have been working (slowly) in the basement, trying to finish up after the awful sewer back up this past spring.
Only 1/2 of my basement is living space. The other half is a very large storage area where we keep Christmas and other out of season things. The door to that and to the crawl space were just plywood on hinges so Hubby primed and painted them, trimmed them out with ranch style trim and we decided to make them works of art! Well, maybe not “art”, but something interesting to look at anyway.
Here are some before photos of those doors:
Hubby likes all matter of mid-century guy stuff, so we decided to make collages. I purchased poster boards (so the “art” would be removable when we want to change up the theme) and cut out ads from old magazines I had. I then decoupaged them to the poster boards and hung them with tacks on the doors. The whole project cost less than $10 for both doors.
Here is a little close up:
The bigger door:
A close up:
A few weeks back a dear friend messaged me while she was on vacation to say she had found me a groovy serving cart on wheels for $15! Her and her poor Hubby dragged it home for me in the back of their vehicle.
Isn’t is great in my kitchen with my Fred Press atomic glasses and the gold leaves chip & dip?
I hope you are all having a wonderful summer!