Dick and Jane wall border for 12.00

March 1st, 2009 in member junk     
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The black piece was just made like that. I have no idea what for. Walmart has crystal wire in the wedding section. I wound it around bought some pearl necklaces and strug them through, and the pink flowers bent the stem right under the flower and hung them through the holes. I will add small white candles where the holes are but have to carve them to fit.
here is the other half of my living room. I have a wall of picture windows. The lamp looks like a soup toureen, Its so random I fell in love with it 10.00 junk store. The windows have 6 foot fence boards drilled to them about a fourth of the way down. The boards are painted red and have spoons and forks drilled into the boards and bent upwards to hold the tab tops. koolest thing I think I ever made.
fake stained glass for front door. Bought on ebay for 20.00. Have a friend help you its tricky to put up since you dont want any bubbles. If you get little bubbles, pin prick them and press it will release the tiny airbubble.
The black piece was just made like that. I have no idea what for. Walmart has crystal wire in the wedding section. I wound it around bought some pearl necklaces and strug them through, and the pink flowers bent the stem right under the flower and hung them through the holes. I will add small white candles where the holes are but have to carve them to fit.

The black piece was just made like that. I have no idea what for. Walmart has crystal wire in the wedding section. I wound it around bought some pearl necklaces and strug them through, and the pink flowers bent the stem right under the flower and hung them through the holes. I will add small white candles where the holes are but have to carve them to fit.


Did I mention I love old doors? This is the other side of my front porch. The first shutter is wired to a metal post the door is hinged to it and the other shutter is attached with wire going through the shutter and screen. Great for privacy and adorable!


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Annie Valline (pofolks decorator)
posted in: member junk, family room, porch

Comments (7)

pofolksdecorator1 writes: Hi Junkmama,
Yep, they are teacups! Got them at my local thrift store for 2.00 for 6 of them. Thanks for the compliment! Posted: 11:15 am on February 6th
irishrovr writes:
You have a very lovely, cozy, comfy home with lots of interesting and fun pieces! (Still looking for Dick and Jane)

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 9:19 pm on March 31st
fellowjunker writes: I loved looking at all your pictures. I am in love with your chandelier!!!
xojanis Posted: 11:28 am on March 2nd
suewhitney writes: Well done! Love it all and the porch looks so very inviting. Thanks for sharing!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 8:46 am on March 2nd
JunkMama1 writes: SO pretty! Are those tea cups hanging on the top of the lamp? Posted: 8:51 pm on March 1st
ginshorter writes: Hey didnt I find that cool piece of metal you used for your chandelier,last summer at a yard sale?I bet you were glad I had the crazy idea to buy it.We still dont even know what it used to be.It really is the cutest thing we have made. Posted: 12:19 pm on March 1st
Junk_Sophisticate writes: You have so many great pieces! I'd love to see a closeup of your utensil valance because it sounds like a terrific idea! What did you do with the Dick and Jane wall border?

Nice work. Posted: 11:25 am on March 1st
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