Mirror, Mirror on a Pedestal

September 28th, 2012 in blog, projects     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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You could sst the mirror right on the table, but I like the lift the foundry piece has to offer. Lift and separate...ah,hahaha! Now theres a vintage saying. Seriously, using serving pieces of various heights will create more interest on your buffet table. If youre going to take the time to cook it...you may as well make it look pretty. Just saying.
The industrial round piece comes from a bottling machine. Thats what I was told any hoo...and Im sticking with it. That is until one of you points out the error of my ways.
Measure your round and call Mr. Glass man. after he has done the cutting you can glue it all by your lonesome!
A marriage made in heaven. This foundry piece was the perfect match for the newly assembled mirror.
See what I mean. The mirror is beefy enough...so no need to glue to the base. It will sit securely with no worry of the topple. Then when you dont want the pieces together any more you can take them apart and hang the mirror on the wall. Oh, my word...yet another twofer. Will wonders never cease??
Hello, my little pretty!
Oh, and of course its all about the details. Heres a little decorative piece made by Miss Marge out of old embroidery hoops. I love the broom corn coming through the circle. Just a nice little touch!
You could sst the mirror right on the table, but I like the lift the foundry piece has to offer. Lift and separate...ah,hahaha! Now theres a vintage saying. Seriously, using serving pieces of various heights will create more interest on your buffet table. If youre going to take the time to cook it...you may as well make it look pretty. Just saying.

You could sst the mirror right on the table, but I like the lift the foundry piece has to offer. Lift and separate...ah,hahaha! Now there's a vintage saying. Seriously, using serving pieces of various heights will create more interest on your buffet table. If you're going to take the time to cook it...you may as well make it look pretty. Just saying.


You know me...love entertaining with junk. This little ditty is fab for displaying Fall foliage, but would also work well on a buffet as a serving piece. Guess what i am going to say next. Do you know what it is? TWOFER!!!


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Comments (4)

rexnelson writes: Great stuff best way to recycle the junk products. I have lots of reusable products.
designjet ink Posted: 2:34 am on December 12th
NDJunkGirl writes: Love what you've done here. I am so into industrial, anything round and the mirror reflects light and makes everything so cozy and welcoming. Lovely!

-Andrea Posted: 9:05 am on October 3rd
georgiamoon writes: Hey Sue,
This is fabulous. I love the industrial round piece. It looks fantastic with the mirror in it.
Sounds like you are a busy girl..but when aren't you? Have fun out there on the road. Hopefully we will hook up again someday.
Miss you, Georgia Posted: 7:15 am on October 3rd
EmmasNookandGranny writes: Love what you put together. It would look great on my table, too! ~Marge Posted: 6:40 pm on September 28th
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