Sunday, May 6, 2012

 I met a couple in Branson that said that they had several windows from their family, but did not know what you could do with them. I went through old pictures of what either I did, or pictures I saved to make later, so that they could see. 




This is a Cabinet with shelves, that all your windows need to be cleaned to be same size.  These make great aquariums for indoor or outdoor.
 This window was found with no glass. Just frame. It had been in a fire. Frame was in pretty bad shape.  So I just put a flower box on the front, added some chain, painted it, and added my ivy.  This is a simple way if you have a window that is pretty bad shape.
 These Cabinets are great, because you can display your favorite heir looms, or flea market finds. Mine, I put legs on, and made it for the bathroom for toiletry items. But you need a large bath for that. 


 This is another one like it. It is just larger. This one is for outdoor. 

 This is another one that was without glass. So I put chicken wire on the back, and I use it in one of my booths for selling things. As you can see, right now my daughter has use of it for bows.
 The next two pictures are tables that are hinged so that you can store things. The one below is made for a coffee table. It is so you can put magazines, remotes, etc. inside and not lose them.  The one next to us here is just smaller.

Doggie Bed

Doggie Bed

Doggie Bed From Chair

Doggie Bed From Chair
New Items

Swag Light of whiskey rings

Swag Light of whiskey rings
New Projects

antique chair

antique chair
denim decor w/ speriment splash

antique table w/ pennies

antique table w/ pennies
Gotta love chalk paint

Antique Door Bench

Antique Door Bench

primitive Bench

primitive Bench

Stenciled sign

Stenciled sign
New item for show

Burlap Napkin Rings

Burlap Napkin Rings
Harvest Decor

Antique Window

Antique Window
Another Window Project

Vintage cabinet

Vintage cabinet
Cabinet made of screen door